Peterborough United chairman and co-owner Darragh MacAnthony has revealed that transfer listed midfielder Mark O’Hara is now on the radar of a top-four Scottish Premiership club, as well as newly promoted Lincoln City.

It has been well documented since the end of the season that newly promoted Lincoln City have been looking to bring Peterborough United midfielder Mark O’Hara to the club on a permanent basis after his loan spell at Sincil Bank came to an end.

Now, it has been revealed by Darragh MacAnthony where the club stands in the transfer battle for O’Hara’s signature. A top-four Scottish Premiership club is also in for the midfielder now, with Lincoln needing to raise funds. MacAnthony said on Twitter:

The top four Scottish Premiership sides last season were Celtic, Rangers, Aberdeen and Kilmarnock – the latter of whom O’Hara used to play for.

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After a strong start to the season in which he scored three goals in his first two games for the club, O’Hara fell down the pecking order at London Road under Evans. The Scot joined Lincoln City on loan in January and could make a permanent move to the newly promoted side this summer. During his time with the Imps, O’Hara made a good impression, playing in 17 games, scoring once and providing three assists along the way.

Lincoln will be hoping they can bring the midfielder back this summer, and O’Hara too has previously said he would like to return to the club this summer. However, with interest from Scotland growing, could he be tempted back to his home country?

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