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Mark Warburton is on the verge of completing his 10th summer signing as Rangers look to conclude a deal to bring striker Joe Garner to Ibrox. With a £1.5m fee agreed between Rangers and Preston, Garner is set to move to Glasgow on a three-year deal. (The Herald)

It is expected that 28-year-old Garner will undergo a medical and conclude his move to Rangers by Friday. (Daily Mail)

Garner may be forced to put his move to Rangers on the line by risking injury playing for Preston North End against Derby tonight. (Daily Record)

Phillipe Senderos, the former Arsenal, Fulham and Switzerland defender, trained at Murray Park on Monday with a view to securing a deal with Rangers. (The Times)

New Celtic signing Dorus de Vries is looking forward to working under "great man-manager" Brendan Rodgers, revealing that the Parkhead boss tried to sign him for Liverpool in 2012. (Daily Mail)

Slovenian referee Damir Skomina - who incurred the wrath of Scotland fans in 2008 after awarding a controversial penalty to Lithunia's Saulius Mikoliunas at Hampden - will take charge of Celtic's Champions League game against Hapoel Be'er Sheva on Wednesday. (The Times)

Dundee are reportedly interested in Hearts striker Juanma

Dedryck Boyata says the mind-numbing misery of the Champions League qualifying loss to Malmo last season will drive on the survivors in the Celtic team to make the group stages this season. (Daily Record)

Neil Doncaster has defended the SPFL's 'joker game' system, insisting it has helped Scottish clubs financially. Partick Thistle boss Alan Archibald claimed it was "farcical" that Celtic postponed their Premiership match against his side to face Inter Milan in a friendly. (Scottish Sun)

Hearts manager Robbie Neilson has backed Tony Watt to hit the goal trail after the former Celtic striker completed a match for the first time in almost seven months at the weekend. (Daily Mail)

Dundee are weighing up a move for Hearts outcast Juanma. Paul Hartley has identified the striker as a potential replacement for Greg Stewart. (Scottish Sun)

Hibernian are closing in on a season-long loan deal for former Inverness Caledonian Thistle midfielder Andrew Shinnie. (Daily Mail)

Inverness CT defender Kevin McNaughton's season is over following surgery on an Achilles injury picked up during the weekend defeat by Ross County. (Daily Star)


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Andy Murray beat Juan Martin Del Potro to retain his Olympic singles title

Andy Murray admits the crushing blow of losing the doubles with brother Jamie almost cost him Olympic gold in the men's singles. Murray recovered after being "really down" following the doubles loss to beat Juan Martin Del Potro. (Daily Record)

Eilish McColgan says her father talked her out of retirement after injury problems left her on the brink of quitting. The Scot runs in the 5000m heats in Rio today. (The Scotsman)

The target of the Scottish rugby team winning the World Cup has been scrapped in the latest version of the governing body's strategic plan. The SRU attracted widespread ridicule in 2012 when they set the national team the target of being world champions in 2015. (The Herald)

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