Manchester United striker James Wilson has joined Aberdeen on a season-long loan in a move that is likely to mean the end of his career at Old Trafford.
Wilson, 22, who has scored four goals in 20 senior appearances for United, has been given no indication he has a first-team future under Jose Mourinho and was overlooked for the summer tour of the United States.
New Rangers boss Steven Gerrard said the "world is against" his club and has been for years after disagreeing with a number of decisions in Sunday's 1-1 draw with Aberdeen.
Despite having Alfredo Morelos sent off after just 12 minutes, Rangers rallied to take the lead through James Tavernier's penalty, only to settle for a point when Bruce Anderson netted a 93rd-minute equaliser.
And having seen an opportunity to win his first game in the Premiership go awry, the Liverpool legend...