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Celtic are keen on Manchester City defender Tosin Adarabioyo, 19, who will be available for a compensation fee in the summer. (Sun)

Rangers striker Kenny Miller says his "ultimate goal" is to wrestle the title back from Celtic after signing a new one-year contract. (Sun)

Dismissing the suggestion that today's meeting with Rangers matters less than those that have come before, Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers says he goes into every game fearing his stock could plummet over the course of 90 minutes. (Daily Mail)

Ross County are to allow all supporters into their final game of the season against Hamilton Accies free of charge. (Daily Record)

Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes admits he bet on matches while playing for Morton and thinks the 18-month ban for Joey Barton is "very harsh". (Daily Record)

Sam Nicholson
Is Sam Nicholson on the way out at Hearts?

Sam Nicholson is set to leave Hearts in the summer, with talks on a new deal breaking down. (Daily Express, print edition)

Hibernian manager Neil Lennon reminds Jason Cumming and John McGinn that the club will decide the terms of any move away from Easter Road. (Scotsman)

Lennon is also "looking into" the prospect of keeping Efe Ambrose at Hibs, with the 28-year-old coming to the end of his loan spell and his contract expiring at Celtic. (Edinburgh Evening News)

Ross County striker Liam Boyce dedicates his four goals against Inverness Caley Thistle last night to his uncle, who passed away recently. (Sun)

A win for Rangers in today's Old Firm derby could lead to unrealistic expectations for manager Pedro Caixinha next season, says former Celtic striker Chris Sutton. (Daily Record)

Stuart Armstrong hails 'unique' Celtic captain Scott Brown, saying his fellow midfielder is a "true leader". (Scotsman)

Neil McCann
TV pundit McCann makes his managerial debut today at Fir Park

Dundee bringing in interim manager Neil McCann has been like hitting a restart button at Dens Park, says midfielder James Vincent. (Daily Record)

Hearts will decide towards the end of May whether to offer new deals to out-of-contract players Alex Tziolis, Tasos Avlonitis and Lennard Sowah. (Edinburgh Evening News)

Fifteen years on, Pat Nevin remains adamant that plunging Motherwell into administration was the wrong call. (Herald, subscription required)

Rangers midfielder Billy Gilmour is set to sign for Chelsea ahead of his 16th birthday on 11 June, having rejected the offer to stay on at Ibrox. (Sun)

OTHER GOSSIP

Former Glasgow Warriors lock Leone Nakawara us unhappy at Racing 92 and would welcome a move back to Scotstoun, according to reports in France. (Scotsman)

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