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St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright reckons his side have the support of most neutrals for their Scottish Cup final date with Dundee United. (Various)

Former St Johnstone striker Graeme Jones, who is now assistant manager at Everton, has tipped Perth hitman Stevie May to make the grade in England's Premier League.

Full story: Scottish Sun (print edition)

Chairman Stephen Thompson says Dundee United will do everything they can to hold on to their crop of talented youngsters. (Various)

Kenny McLean
St Mirren midfielder Kenny McLean is a transfer target for Bournemouth

United manager Jackie McNamara believes striker Nadir Ciftci can be the key to victory over Saints in the Cup final at Celtic Park.

Full story: Scottish Sun (print edition)

Rangers have made contact with out-of-contract Motherwell defender Shaun Hutchinson, as manager Ally McCoist steps up his summer signing plans.

Full story: Scottish Sun (print edition)

The Ibrox club's board are set to be snubbed by the club's wealthiest fans as they attempt to boost season ticket sales.

Full story: Daily Record

Bournemouth have made a move to sign St Mirren midfielder Kenny McLean, whose contract is up this summer.

Full story: Scottish Sun (print edition)

Scotland goalkeeper Allan McGregor will start for Hull in the FA Cup final, seven weeks after being in intensive care with an injury that left doctors fearing he might lose a kidney.

Full story: Daily Record


American businessman Donald Trump is hoping to attract the Ryder Cup to his Balmedie course in Aberdeen in the future.

Full story: Daily Express