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Norway international midfielder Stefan Johansen says the "big attraction" in joining Celtic is Champions League football. (Various)

The midfielder will have a medical today ahead of a £2m move from Norwegian champions Stromsgodset. (Various)

Rangers striker Nicky Clark has been playing with a broken bone in his foot and could now be out for up to five weeks. (Daily Express)

Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is confident that Reading will allow him to take defender Michael Hector on loan again. (Daily Express)

St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright insists Blackburn striker David Goodwillie would get most benefit from a move to the Perth club. (Various)

Hibs boss Terry Butcher is considering signing Barnsley's former St Johnstone forward Jason Scotland. (Daily Record)

Meanwhile, Butcher says Ross Caldwell, who has gone on loan to Alloa, still has a future at Easter Road. (Various)

Midfielder Barry Nicholson has extended his deal with Kilmarnock until the end of the season. (Daily Express)

Ross County have taken Oldham defender Cliff Byrne on trial at Dingwall. (Various)

Queen of the South have signed Motherwell striker Bob McHugh and St Johnstone goalkeeper Zander Clark on loan until the end of the season. (Daily Record)

Alloa are poised to complete a deal for former Hearts forward Rudi Skacel. (The Sun)

East Stirling boss John Coughlin could be in line to fill the managerial vacancy at Berwick Rangers. (Daily Record)

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