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Tunisia international striker Saber Khelifa, currently with French side Evian, is a possible transfer target for Celtic.

Evian forward Saber Khelifa
Khelifa has been linked with a move to Celtic

But Celtic will only move for £3m-rated Khelifa, who pulled out of a transfer to Montpellier, if a bid for Hamburg forward Artjoms Rudnevs proves unsuccessful.

Full story: The Sunexternal-link

Hamburg are willing to sell Latvia international Rudnevs for £5m to fund an attempt to sign Nikica Jelavic from Everton. However, Rudnevs would have to accept a wage cut at Celtic.

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The top two divisions of the Scottish Professional Football League will be branded 'The Premier League' and 'The Championship'.

Full story: Daily Expressexternal-link

Motherwell hope to sign Viking Stravanger striker Henri Anier before Friday's deadline for participation in next week's Europa League qualifier against Kuban Krasnodar.

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The 2014 Scottish Cup final will revert to a Saturday timeslot, having been staged on a Sunday this year.

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Ross County forward Richard Brittain is in danger of missing the start of the season after being sent off during a friendly with Den Bosch.

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Rangers have 48 hours to persuade striker Kenny Miller to reject a new deal at Vancouver Whitecaps and seal a return to Ibrox.

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Meanwhile, Rangers forward David Templeton insists his side would not be overawed at the prospect of facing Celtic in a cup tournament this season.

Full story: Daily Recordexternal-link


Scotland's national football stadium, Hampden Park, could be used to host a Diamond League athletics event.

Full story: The Scotsmanexternal-link