Scottish Gossip: Celtic target, Wilson, Hearts, mascot stardom
Celtic are vying with Hannover and Red Bull Leipzig for the signature of St Pauli left-back Marcel Halstenberg.
Rangers defender Danny Wilson has rounded on his critics following his return to Ibrox and insists he was right to move on from newly promoted Hearts. (Various)
Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson will make Spanish striker Juanma his third summer signing after the forward left Greek outfit Kalloni. (Various)
Bolton boss Neil Lennon wants winger James Forrest at former club Celtic to spearhead the Championship club's promotion drive next season.
Full story: Daily Mail
Hibernian's hopes of re-signing goalkeeper Ben Williams have suffered a blow as he still has a year left on his contract at League One outfit Bradford.
Full story: Daily Record
Partick Thistle aim to capitalise on the Kingsley mascot craze that has swept the globe - with plans to sell T-shirts with the mascot emblazoned on them. The mascot, designed by Turner Prize nominated artist and Partick Thistle fan David Shrigley, has caused quite a stir...
Celtic's chances of signing Genk striker Jelle Vossen should become clearer on Monday once the forward holds talks with the Belgian club over his future.
Ross County are freezing season tickets for the new campaign and cutting costs for the Premiership club's oldest and youngest fans. (Various)
Full-back Stephen O'Donnell says his 80-year-old Gran was in tears when he revealed he was leaving Partick Thistle to join English League Two outfit Luton Town.
Full story: Scottish Sun
Gary Mackay-Steven believes he can play a crucial role in Celtic's bid to reach the group stage of the Champions League. (Various)
Shaun Maloney faces a three-week spell on the sidelines at Chicago Fire after returning from Euro 2016 qualifying duty with a back injury.
Full story: Daily Express
Rangers chairman Dave King missed the club's recent extraordinary general meeting in order to hold talks with Sports Direct over a renegotiation of their retail deals.
Full story: Daily Mail
Andy Murray looks "healthy and dangerous" ahead of his latest tilt at Wimbledon, says tennis legend John McEnroe. (Various)
Scotland head coach Vern Cotter believes Pool B opponents Japan will "throw away" their opening game at the Rugby World Cup against South Africa before focusing all their energies on facing the Scots.
Full story: The Herald