The SPFL transfer window has officially opened and Scottish clubs can now start chopping and changing their squads as they gear up for the new season.
Hearts have finally offloaded misfit midfielder Malaury Martin.
Steven Naismith is relaxed about his Hearts contract talks as he believes he will “probably” play at Tynecastle next season.
Dundee United will begin the 2019/20 season with a Betfred Cup tie against Hearts at Tynecastle.
Northern Ireland defender Aaron Hughes leads the first batch of Hearts first-team players heading for the Tynecastle exit door this summer.
Hearts will face former player and head coach Robbie Neilson’s Dundee United side in the Betfred Cup.
Uche Ikpeazu has vowed that he and Hearts will be a force to be reckoned with next season after coming close to ending a turbulent season on a high.
Ryan Edwards admits his cup final goal was all the sweeter following his struggle to establish himself at Hearts.
Hearts goalkeeper Zdenek Zlamal insists he did not touch Odsonne Edouard before the Frenchman went down to win the penalty that proved the turning point in the William Hill Scottish Cup final.
Neil Lennon described his Celtic side as “immortal” after clinching an unprecedented domestic triple treble with a 2-1 William Hill Scottish Cup final win over Hearts at Hampden Park.
Odsonne Edouard was the hero as Celtic secured an unprecedented domestic triple treble with a thrilling 2-1 William Hill Scottish Cup final win over Hearts at Hampden Park.
Celtic face Hearts in Saturday’s William Hill Scottish Cup final.
Hearts face Celtic in the William Hill Scottish Cup final on Saturday.
Scott Brown has hailed the Brendan Rodgers legacy that has taken Celtic from being the nearly men of Hampden to the brink of the triple treble.
Celtic face Hearts in the William Hill Scottish Cup final on Saturday.
Hearts captain Christophe Berra admits lifting the William Hill Scottish Cup at Hampden Park on Saturday would be the pinnacle of his career.
Neil Lennon has warned Celtic not to get sucked in by the triple treble hype as they prepare for their final push.
Hearts boss Craig Levein has stressed that the William Hill Scottish Cup final is about much more than Celtic’s bid for the domestic triple treble.
John Souttar believes lifting the William Hill Scottish Cup would complete Hearts’ recovery from their administration hell.
Steven MacLean hopes to repay Craig Levein’s faith in him by helping the Hearts boss get his hands on his first ever trophy.