Thursday's Scottish Gossip
Southampton manager Ronald Koeman will battle it out with Benfica for £8m-rated Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster.
Scotland midfielder James Morrison insists the national side don't fear Germany in their Euro 2016 opener, despite watching the World Cup mauling of Brazil. (Various)
Defender Adam Matthews says Celtic are determined to secure a place in the Champions League group stage for injured captain Scott Brown. (Various)
Hibernian have rejected two offers from English Premier League outfit Swansea City for striker Jason Cummings. (Scottish Sun)
John Hughes has challenged his young Inverness CT players to make their mark in the Scottish Premiership next season. (Various)
Sir David Murray has blamed the taxman for Rangers' liquidation after HM Revenue and Customs lost its appeal over the so-called "Big Tax Case". (Various)
Angry Rangers fans are preparing a legal claim over damage caused to the Ibrox club. (Herald)
New Ross County goalkeeper Antonio Reguero is eager to make up for lost time after kicking his heels at Kilmarnock.
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Phil Mickelson is unfazed at the prospect of playing in poor weather as he attempts to defend his title at the Scottish Open golf at Royal Aberdeen. (Various)