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Rangers boss Mark Warburton flew to New York to open signing talks with Niko Kranjcar before returning to Glasgow to give Joey Barton a tour of the club's facilities. (Daily Record)

Burnley boss Sean Dyche has warned Rangers their pursuit of Joey Barton will not come cheap and is adamant he's not out of the race to sign him. (Various)

Rangers are ready to splash the cash on Hibs striker Jason Cummings and Scotland midfield star Graeme Dorrans, currently with Norwich. (Scottish Sun)

Harry Redknapp believes signing Niko Kranjcar and Joey Barton would be a massive double coup for Mark Warburton's Rangers. (Daily Record)

Niko Kranjcar in action for QPR in May 2015
Niko Kranjcar, 31, was at QPR last season, and is currently with New York Cosmos

Ronny Deila has warned Celtic's next boss will lead them to six-in-a-row next season. (Various)

Former Rangers manager Alex McLeish believes Joey Barton would bring "vision and calmness" but with the occasional red card thrown into the mix if he were to join the Ibrox club. (Scotsman, print edition)

Wolves boss Kenny Jackett has told Rangers target Kevin McDonald that he is still wanted at Molineux. (Scottish Sun)

Mark McGhee confessed he thought he was going to live through another horrid nine-goal humiliation at Parkhead. (Scottish Sun, print edition)

Marvin Bartley admits Hibs' players have failed their manager and their supporters by not earning promotion to the Premiership. (Edinburgh Evening News)

Inverness Caley Thistle forward Miles Storey is in limbo with his contract up in the summer. (Press and Journal)

Luke Leahy insists Falkirk have no fear of facing Kilmarnock because the Bairns have not been overawed all season. (Daily Record, print edition)

Aberdeen midfielder Barry Robson has his sights on a career in football management after retiring from the game. (Press and Journal)

Scotland star Steven Fletcher is set to be dumped by Sunderland. (Scottish Sun, print edition)

Buoyant Edinburgh City believe the sky is the limit after they won promotion to SPFL League Two. (Edinburgh Evening News)


Ross Murdoch insists he won't be saving his energy for his Olympic bid when he starts his medal quest at the Euro Aquatics Championships in London. (Various)

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