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Everton are lining up a summer bid for Celtic winger James Forrest and remain interested in Dundee United full-back Andrew Robertson. (Daily Record)

Having had his red card against Hibs reduced to a yellow, St Mirren skipper Jim Goodwin thinks Kevin Thompson's reaction to his tackle was "over the top". (Sun)

Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes remains guarded on the topic of offering captain Russell Anderson a new contract. (Various)

And the Dons have joined the list of clubs interested in Cowdenbeath striker Kane Hemmings. (Daily Mail)

Dundee United and Partick Thistle are keen on Queen's Park winger Blair Spittal. The 18-year-old has another year to go on his Spiders' contract. (Daily Express)

The SPFL have struck a television deal for the Premiership play-off matches, with both legs to be broadcast live. (Daily Express)

Dundee United manager Jackie McNamara hopes city rivals Dundee win promotion to the top flight on Saturday. (Various)

St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright is confident the Perth club will take more than 15,000 fans to the Scottish Cup final. (Various)

Former Rangers goalkeeper Andy Goram is encouraging his old club to reunite the strike partnership of Kris Boyd and Kenny Miller. (Sun)

Another former Ibrox player, Kevin Kyle, says some of the current squad "can't believe their luck" on how much they are earning. (Daily Mail)


John McEnroe, a three-time Wimbledon winner, would consider coaching Andy Murray if the offer came his way. (Various)

Kilmarnock's Rugby Park is being lined up as the venue for Scotland's autumn Test with Tonga. (Herald)

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