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Hull City are set for another bid for Dundee United and Scotland left-back Andrew Robertson, with a £2m bid planned for the 20-year-old. (Daily Star)

And, it is set to be a busy few days at Tannadice with the club also revealing they have already rejected a bid from an unknown club for winger Gary Mackay-Steven. (Various)

Rangers manager Ally McCoist has demanded an inquiry in the wake of the Big Tax Case verdict, with the Ibrox boss suggesting people revelled in the club's downfall. (Various)external-link

Meanwhile defender Bilel Mohsni is determined to stay at Ibrox despite strong interest from the Middle East (Herald)external-link

Hearts are running the rule over former Utrecht striker Rafael Uiterloo. The 23-year-old was at Dutch third tier side FC Lienden last season. (Various)

Thousands of Scotland fans will turn sections of Dortmund's Westfalenstadion into unofficial away ends with the German FA freely selling to the Tartan Army on their official website. Over 10,000 fans are expected to make the trip to back Gordon Strachan's men against the World Champions on September 7. (Various)

Scotland got off to a fine start in their UEFA women's Under-19 Championship campaign last night. Despite being underdogs goals from Caroline Weir and Zoe Ness ensured a 2-0 win. (Various)external-link

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Glasgow Warriors have announced record season ticket sales, with 2,697 fans already signing up to back the Guinnes Pro12 side. (Various)external-link

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