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Celtic are tracking Vitoria Setubal's teenage winger Ricardo Horta and may move for the wonderkid in the summer. (Sun)

Fergus McCann has spoken of his pride at the club Celtic has become, days ahead of the 20th anniversary of his takeover. (Various)

St Johnstone have taken former Hibs defender Tim Clancy and ex-Norwich defender Michael Spillane on trial at McDiarmid Park. (Various)

Rangers chief executive Graham Wallace has urged supporters to unite behind the club and ignore "divisive" comments aimed at undermining the board. (Various)

Gary Locke wants Hearts to cause panic among the bottom six clubs by embarking on a winning run. (Various)

Former Dundee United defender Barry Douglas - now at Lech Poznan - would love to be Gordon Strachan's spy on Euro 2016 opponents Poland. (Sun)

Celtic have appealed against the red card shown to defender Virgil van Dijk in the defeat by Aberdeen at Pittodrie. (Various)

Honduran international Arnold Peralta plans to quit Rangers following the World Cup. (Express)

Former Celtic defender Lee Naylor has signed for Derby County until the end of the season. (Herald)

Celtic would welcome a Scottish Premiership title challenge from Aberdeen next season, according to defender Charlie Mulgrew. (Herald)


Terence Crawford is confident of beating Ricky Burns in their WBO world lightweight title showdown, according to the American's trainer Brian McIntyre. (Various)