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St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright has rubbished claims that striker Stevie May wants to leave the club, and says the 21-year-old is still on track to sign a new contract. (Various)

Celtic full-back Emilio Izaguirre has denied storming out of the Honduras World Cup camp because he was dropped for their last game against Switzerland, insisting he wanted to spend more time with his family. (Scottish Sun)

Spanish side Sevilla will fund their bid for Celtic defender Virgil van Dijk by selling off left back Alberto Moreno to Liverpool. (Scottish Sun)

Striker David Clarkson could be set for a move back to his former club Motherwell, after training with the Fir Park men. (Various)

Hibernian are weighing up a move for former Hearts goalkeeper Jamie MacDonald. (Scottish Sun)

Partick Thistle defender Liam Lindsay is ready to stay at Firhill despite interest from Blackburn Rovers and Oldham. (Daily Record)

Aberdeen's Europa League rivals Daugava Riga are at the centre of a match-fixing probe and the Dons have been told their qualifying clash will be monitored by Uefa. (Various)

Ross County defender Ben Gordon has decided against staying with the Staggies, despite reports he had already penned a new deal with Derek Adams' side. (Scotsman)


Andy Murray joked that he is the number two son in the family after his mother Judy watched brother Jamie win his doubles match before catching the end of the British number one's win over Roberto Bautista Agut on Centre Court. (Various)

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