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Rangers boss Mark Warburton is "making progress" on further bolstering his squad following the arrivals of defenders Danny Wilson and Rob Kiernan. (Various)

Stjarnan boss Runar Pall Sigmundsson insists his side are unfazed by the task of facing Celtic in their Champions League qualifier. (Various)

Rob Kiernan leaves Murray Park
Rangers have signed Rob Kiernan as part of Mark Warburton's rebuilding at Ibrox

Derek McInnes says Aberdeen's Europa League draw - a qualifier against Croatian outfit HNK Rijeka should they beat KF Shkendija of Macedonia - is "probably the toughest we could've got".

Full story: Scottish Sun

Mark Warburton is keen to utilise the loan market as he aims to build a squad capable of returning Rangers to the top flight.

Full story: Scottish Sun

Lewis Stevenson, who has starred for Hibernian at full-back and midfield, is to be given a testimonial at Easter Road after spending the last 10 years with the club.

Full story: Daily Record

St Johnstone defender Tam Scobbie is relishing the mouth-watering prospect of facing Red Star Belgrade in Europa League qualifying. However, Tommy Wright's troops must first overcome Armenian side Alashkert.

Full story: Daily Record

Aberdeen, who won 11 games en route to lifting the Cup Winners' Cup in 1983, will need to win eight matches to qualify for the group stage of the Europa League. (Various)

Aberdeen won the Cup Winners' Cup in 1983
The Dons won eight games en route to glory in Gothenburg in 1983

New Kilmarnock goalkeeper Jamie MacDonald knows he has a fight on his hands to secure the number one spot at Rugby Park ahead of Craig Samson. (Various)

Celtic could progress to the group stage of the Champions League without adding to their squad, according to first-team coach John Kennedy.

Full story: The Scotsman

Inverness CT - who face Astra in Europa League qualifying - are pinching themselves at the prospect of taking a massive leap into the unknown, according to midfielder Greg Tansey.

Full story: The Herald


Andy Murray's coach Jonas Bjorkman is trying to help the Scot capitalise when his opponent is under pressure by moving into the net more often.

Full story: The Herald

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