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Celtic have agreed a £10m-plus fee with Southampton for midfielder Victor Wanyama, with Arsenal also interested in the Kenya captain. (Sun)

Turkish giants Galatasaray, Cardiff and Stoke are also keen on Wanyama. (Daily Mail)

New Sheffield United manager David Weir is keen on a deal for his former Rangers team-mate Kris Boyd, although the striker has indicated he will consider a new deal at Kilmarnock. (Daily Express)

Kilmarnock chairman Michael Johnston denies that Queen of the South boss Allan Johnston has rejected the manager's job at Rugby Park. (Daily Record)

Hibs captain James McPake is confident he can shake off his back injury problems in time for the start of next season. (Various)

Motherwell have agreed terms with Faroe Islands keeper Gunnar Nielson. (Daily Express)

Former Hearts midfielder Ryan McGowan, now playing in China, has pledged to buy a season ticket for every 1000 the administration-hit club sell over the next few weeks. (Various)

Kris Commons says Celtic will not be satisfied with another double as he targets a clean sweep for next term. (Sun)

Partick Thistle have knocked back a £50,000 bid for striker Steven Lawless from Dutch side Willem II. (Various)

Morton have rejected a £50,000 offer for captain Michael Tidser from Rotherham. (Daily Express)

Former Airdrie striker Ryan Donnelly has agreed to join Brechin City. (Daily Record)

Kevin Nade will join his older brother Christian at East Fife. (Daily Mail)

Fans' group Pars United are urging a mystery rival bidder for administration-hit Dunfermline to reveal their identity. (Daily Record)

OTHER GOSSIP

Scotland will make a late decision on the fitness of Johnnie Beattie ahead of today's clash with Italy in South Africa. (Scotsman)

Scottish Rugby has released figures showing a record turnover of £39.3m, with debt reduced to £11.2m (Scotsman)

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