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Striker Yannick Sagbo and full-back Brice Dja Djedje have been added to Celtic's signing targets after the Ivory Coast pair impressed the Scottisch champions' manager, Neil Lennon, during Evian's 3-2 French Cup final defeat by Bordeaux.

Full story: Sunday Mail

Celtic's Victor Wanyama has emerged as a £10m target for Stock City, with new manager Mark Hughes making the Kenya international his number one target for midfield.

Full story: Sunday Mail

Celtic are interested in midfielder Conor Newton and full-back Paul Dummett, who were on loan to St Mirren from Newcastle United, according to the players' agent.

Full story: The Sun

Scotland midfielder Scott Brown could miss Celtic's Champions League openers next season after suffering a recurrence of a troublesome pelvic injury that has kept him sidelined for spells this term.

Full story: The Sun

Scotland defender Andy Webster, who is out of contract with Hearts, could be set for a move to South Africa with Ajax Cape Town.

Full story: Scotland on Sunday

Rangers have sealed a deal to sign 24-year-old Honduras midfielder Arnold Peralta from Deportivo Vida on a four-year contract.

Full story: The Sun

PFA Scotland has warned Cammy Bell, Nicky Law, Jon Daly and Nicky Clark not to play for Rangers until the club's signing embargo ends on 1 September - despite being given the all clear to play as trialists by the Scottish FA - as they might not be covered for injuries.

Full story: Sunday Mail

St Mirren midfielder Paul McGowan, who had looked poised to leave at the end of his contract, has signed a new one-year deal.

Full story: The Sun

Motherwell striker Michael Higdon looks certain to leave Fir Park at the end of his contract, with a club insider saying he has better options elsewhere.

Full story: Sunday Mail

Scotland full-back Phil Bardsley's Sunderland future is in doubt after he was pictured with £50 notes covering his body at a casino, according to assistant manager Fabrizio Piccareta.

Full story: The Journal

Rangers' Fraser Aird faces a conflict of loyalties after the Toronto-born player, who has a Scottish father and has already played for Scotland at Under-17 level, was called up to Canada's Gold Cup squad.

Full story: Sunday Mail

OTHER GOSSIP

Samoa have included six uncapped players, including former Glasgow Warriors player David Lemi, in their squad to face Scotland.

Full story: Sunday Express

Golf fans face a Ryder Cup accommodation crisis - with only two hotel rooms left in host county Perth and Kinross ahead of the September 2014 event at Gleneagles.

Full story: Sunday Mail

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