Monday's Scottish gossip
Rangers keeper Allan Mcgregor's move to Beiktas could be completed later this week with the Scotland international due to fly out to Turkey and sign a two-year deal.
Rangers left-back Lee Wallace is a target for Blackburn Rovers, although the Ibrox club still owes £800,000 to the player's former club Hearts. (The Scottish Sun)
Aberdeen could be set to sign Gary Naysmith for the forthcoming season after he featured in a friendly win against Vfl Bochum on Saturday.
Kilmarnock manager Kenny Shiels will not be rushed into signing Rory Boulding despite the player's performance in a friendly win against Chester.
Rangers target Dean Shiels is wanted by Sheffield United, Sheffield Wednesday and German outfit St Pauli. (The Daily Star)
David Longmuir, the Scottish Football League chief executive, has promised a decision later this week on the television rights for Rangers newco's matches in the Third Division.
The SPL has been told to show the colour of its money if it wants to buy the rights to Rangers televised matches. (The Scottish Sun)
Rangers will sign Ian Black this week if the Scottish Football Association hand the Ibrox club membership of the Third Division.
Charles Green's Sevco could face a bid from businessman Brian Kennedy to take a £5.6m controlling interest in the company.