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Celtic striker Teemu Pukki, who joined the club in a £2.3m move last summer, is a transfer target for German Bundesliga side Freiburg. (Sun)

Rangers and Celtic are set to be invited to play a friendly match in Australia. (Sun)

Arnold Peralta says Rangers are "very interested" in one of his Honduras team-mates, but did not reveal the player's identity. The midfielder also said he is hoping to star at the World Cup to attract interest from other clubs.

Full story: Scottish Sun (print edition)

Two Rangers fans' groups have revealed they will not renew their season tickets at Ibrox for next season. (Various)

Barry Ferguson, who has left his role as caretaker boss of Blackpool, has told Jackie McNamara that significant investment is needed to produce an upturn in the club's fortunes. The English Championship club have targeted the Dundee United manager, but the Tangerines turned down their request to speak to McNamara.

Full story: Daily Record

Dundee United defender Mark Wilson insists team-mate Ryan Gauld will go on to become a better player than Aiden McGeady and James Forrest. (Various)

Goalkeeper Craig Samson says the rest of the Kilmarnock team have to step up and help out striker Kris Boyd when they face Hibernian on Saturday. (Various)

St Mirren manager Danny Lennon remains in the dark over his future at the club, after the Saints board failed to come to a decision about whether he will be offered a new contract. (Various)

St Johnstone striker Michael O'Halloran hopes his goal against Celtic on Wednesday night will be enough to earn him a place in Saints' Scottish Cup final line-up. (Various)

Partick Thistle star Kallum Higginbotham says his side secured Premiership safety by sticking to their passing style. (Various)


England cricket captain Alastair Cook says his side's one-day international against Scotland is a "banana skin" fixture.

Full story: Daily Record