Scottish Gossip: Stefan Scepovic, Juwon Oshaniwa, Nicky Law

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Newly promoted La Liga side Las Palmas want to take Celtic striker Stefan Scepovic on a season-long loan. (Sun)

Hearts will complete the signing of Nigerian international full-back Juwon Oshaniwa this week. (Sun)

St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright has yet to decide if he will offer deals to trialists Liam Craig and Rhys McCabe, with both midfielders impressing in yesterday's 0-0 friendly draw against Real Sociedad. (Daily Mail)

Nicky Law has expressed sympathy for his former Rangers team-mates who found out that their contracts would not be renewed through the media. (Herald)

And Law reckons Rangers will play a more "expansive and exciting" style under new manager Mark Warburton. (Herald)

Rijeka midfielder Vedran Jugovic says the Croatians will take their frustration out on Aberdeen in Europa League qualifying after opening their league campaign with a 0-0 draw. (Herald)

Midfielder Greg Tansey thinks Spanish trialist Dani Lopez is the perfect fit for the Highlanders. (Various)

Hibernian midfielder Scott Allan says there is more to come from him after admitting he was not fully fit at the start of last season. (Various)

Scottish midfielder Ryan Gauld, 19, is set to be promoted to the senior squad at Sporting Lisbon this season. (Sun)

Cardiff are lining up a £1m bid for Scotland and Derby forward Johnny Russell. (Sun)

Former Dunfermline striker Iain Williamson helped Valur to a 2-1 win over Stjarnan on Friday but is warning Celtic that the Icelanders will be a handful in Wednesday's Champions League qualifier. (Daily Record)

Bilel Mohsni, given a seven-match ban on his last Rangers appearance, could join German club Eintracht Braunschweig. (Various)


Scotland's Richie Ramsay will play at the Open after South Africa's Tim Clark withdrew due to visa issues. (Various)

After winning at Gullane yesterday, Rickie Fowler wants to emulate fellow American Phil Mickelson's 2013 double at the Scottish Open and Open. (Various)

European Ryder Cup captain thinks red-hot favourite Jordan Spieth is making a mistake by not arriving early at St Andrews early ahead of the Open. (Various)

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