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Striker Kris Boyd has agreed to rejoin Rangers following a meeting with manager Ally McCoist, with the out-of-contract Kilmarnock player snubbing offers from Aberdeen and Dundee United to sign for the Championship side. (Daily Express)

Boyd is on course for an Ibrox return, but wants a better contract offer from Rangers before he signs on the dotted line. (Scottish Daily Mail)

Celtic manager Ronny Deila revealed he will not live in Glasgow, with the Norwegian keen to avoid the "chaos" of the city. (Daily Record)

In the wake of his side being drawn to face Icelandic champions KR Reykjavik, Deila insists the shock results at this year's World Cup act as a warning to his side that they can take nothing for granted. (Various)

Alan Stubbs' former Celtic team-mate, Darren Jackson, is convinced the Englishman is the man to turn things around at Hibernian. (Various)

With Stubbs the favourite to take over as manager at Easter Road, there are doubts over whether he will be able to tempt David Unsworth, his preferred number two, to come north of the border with him from his role as a coach at Everton. (Scotsman)

Celtic defender Efe Ambrose says he has no fears about trying to shackle Argentina's Lionel Messi, as the Nigerian bids to help his side reach the last 16 at Brazil 2014. (Scottish Sun: print edition)

St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright will call on former Saints defender Sanel Jahic, now with Swiss outfit Grasshopper Zurich, for information on the Perth club's Europa League opponents FC Luzern. (Scottish Sun: print edition)

Falkirk full-back Stephen Kingsley is set to make a £400,000 switch to English Premiership side Swansea. (Scottish Daily Mail)

OTHER GOSSIP

Andy Murray's next opponent at Wimbledon, Blaz Rola, got his nationalities all wrong as he labelled the defending champion "England's greatest sportsman". (Various)

Scottish boxer Ricky Burns reckons he can once again land a World title before he hangs up his gloves. (Daily Record)

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