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Celtic manager Neil Lennon admits Gary Hooper may have played his last game for the club, with the striker unlikely to stay in Glasgow.

Full story: The Sun

And Lennon has revealed that a deal to sign former Wolves defender Steven Mouyokolo is still to be finalised.

Full story: Daily Record

Former Dundee United manager Peter Houston says David Goodwillie, who has returned to Tannadice on loan, has been played out of position too often since his move to Blackburn Rovers.

Full story: The Sun

James McFadden and Stephen McManus
McFadden and McManus have been Scotland teammates in the past

Motherwell boss Stuart McCall is waiting to find out whether James McFadden and Stephen McManus will sign deals at Fir Park.

Full story: Herald

And full-back Craig Reid, who has left Celtic in search of first team football, hopes to seal a move to the Steelmen.

Full story: The Sun

Mark Kerr, most recently with Dundee, is close to joining Partick Thistle.

Full story: Daily Mail

Middlesbrough goalkeeper Connor Ripley is hoping to seal a loan move to Aberdeen.

Full story: Daily Record

Scottish Professional Football League chief executive Neil Doncaster has warned fans to expect more rescheduling of fixtures in the upcoming season, with many of August's matches moved away from Saturday 15:00 BST kick-offs.

Full story: The Sun

Meanwhile, the return of a European slot being awarded to the team that wins the Scottish League Cup is unlikely, according to Doncaster.

Full story: Scotsman

And Doncaster insists his organisation is in good financial health, despite not having yet secured a sponsor.

Full story: Daily Express


Paul Lawrie has praised the performance of fellow Scottish golfer Chris Doak, who has moved to the top of the leaderboard at the halfway stage of the Scottish Open.

Full story: Herald

Scottish & British Curling performance director David Crosbee has defended the organisation's selection policies after it emerged Eve Muirhead's rink will not be able to defend here World Championship title due to their participation in the Winter Olympics.

Full story: Herald

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