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Celtic manager Neil Lennon insists goalkeeper Fraser Forster is not for sale. (Various)

Former Celtic skipper Stephen McManus is training with Motherwell following his release from Middlesbrough. (Daily Mail)

Former Rangers and Aberdeen midfielder Stephen Hughes is to join St Johnstone for a trial period, while the Perth club are looking at New Zealand international Ian Hogg, former Ibrox striker Rory Loy and Ballymena forward Neil Lowry. (Daily Express)

Former Hearts defender Andy Webster joined strikers Kris Boyd and Darryl Duffy at new Kilmarnock boss Allan Johnston's first training session. (Daily Record)

Dundee United are keen on former Tottenham pair Calum Butcher and Kudus Oyenuga. (Daily Express)

And ex-Norwich keeper Lee Camp, former St Mirren left-back Graham Carey and Turkish striker Nadir Ciftci are on trial at Tannadice. (Herald)

Former Cardiff keeper Elliot Parish is with Aberdeen at their Warwick training base. (Sun)

And Dons manager Derek McInnes is keeping tabs on former Dundee United keeper Dusan Pernis. (Daily Record)

Released Celtic winger Pat McCourt is talking to Birmingham City. (Daily Record)

Rangers are closing in on Bosnia defender Boris Pandaza, who has been released by Mechelen in Belgium. (Various)

Dundee boss John Brown launched a foul-mouthed tirade against the club's board for stalling on a proposed US takeover at Dens Park. (Various)

Morton skipper Michael Tidser is close to a £50,000 switch to Rotherham. (Sun)

Jim McIntyre has made his first signing as Queen of the South manager, bringing defender Andy Dowie to Palmertson Park. (Various)


Former Scotland captain Gavin Hastings thinks Stuart Hogg should play at full-back in the final British & Irish Lions Test against Australia. (Scotsman)

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