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Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama is on the brink of smashing Scottish football's transfer record with a £12.5m move to Southampton. (Various)

Scottish football chiefs have stunned supporters by announcing SPFL games will be played on Saturday nights. (Sun)

Victor Wanyama
Victor Wanyama's proposed £12.5m move would smash the Scottish transfer record

Rangers assistant manager Kenny McDowall says the Ibrox club aim to sign another goalkeeper to challenge new signing Cammy Bell. (Sun)

Hibs aim to bolster their attacking options next season with the Edinburgh outfit in talks with free agent and former Torquay striker Rene Howe. (Sun)

Neil Lennon expressed concern at his injury list following Celtic's 6-2 drubbing by Greuther Furth. (Various)

Rangers investor Kieran Prior has reacted with "dismay and horror" to the latest shake up in the Ibrox boardroom.

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Hibs boss Pat Fenlon insists Scottish football should consider switching to a summer calendar if it is serious about improving clubs' dismal European record. (Mail)

Billy Brown says working for free is the least he can do to thank Hearts for providing him with a job in football for seven years. (Herald)


Speaking ahead of the Scottish Open golf at Castle Stuart, Stephen Gallacher insists Scots can capitalise on the tennis feelgood factor in the "fifth major". (Herald)

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