Scottish Gossip: Nadir Ciftci, Kris Commons, Rangers linked with goalkeeper

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Celtic playmaker Kris Commons is a fitness doubt for next month's Champions League qualifiers after a wardrobe door fell on him and broke his toe. Sun, subscription requiredexternal-link

Dundee United have rejected a £900,000 bid from Celtic for striker Nadir Ciftci. Sun, subscription requiredexternal-link

Middlesbrough are ready to offer £1.7m for Dundee United's 23-year-old centre forward Nadir Ciftci. Daily Mailexternal-link

Rangers have opened talks with former Swindon goalkeeper Wes Foderingham. Daily Mailexternal-link

Wrexham say they have accepted an offer from Motherwell for striker Louis Moult and the 23-year-old will discuss personal terms on a move to Fir Park. Daily Postexternal-link

Australian winger Nick Epifano is to join Dundee United on their pre-season trip to the Netherlands. Evening Telegraphexternal-link

St Johnstone midfielder Chris Millar is expected to miss Thurdsay night Europa League opener in Armenia because of a hamstring injury. Courierexternal-link

Hibernian boss Alan Stubbs is disappointed by Rangers' public pursuit of midfield ace Scott Allan, following comments made by Ibrox vice-chairman Paul Murray. (Times)

Hearts are seeking two more defenders to complete their squad for next season - with a new left-back a priority. Edinburgh Evening Newsexternal-link

Jason Holt is looking for a new club after turning down an offer to stay at Hearts
Hearts will demand a development fee from any club signing Jason Holt this summer

Celtic captain Scott Brown is desperate to tick off a domestic treble on his career wish-list. Daily Recordexternal-link

Brown also claims reaching the group stages of the Champions League is Celtic's equivalent of "winning the World Cup". (Various)

Teenage midfielder Liam Henderson has been given the green light to resume training at Celtic after ending his loan spell at Rosenborg with a knee injury. (Various)

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has no qualms about giving new goalkeeper Danny Ward a starting place in Thursday's Europa League qualifying visit to Macedonia. (Daily Express)

Stefan Scepovic says he struggled in his first season at Celtic, with the striker unused to the long-ball game and physical approach in Scotland. (Various)

Former Rangers striker Kris Boyd, now back at Kilmarnock for a third time, has hit out at Ibrox chairman Dave King for dithering over a new manager and publically slamming players at the club. (Various)

Head coach Robbie Neilson has confirmed that Hearts will be due a development fee from any club hoping to sign midfielder Jason Holt but says the Edinburgh club won't demand "silly money". Daily Recordexternal-link

Rangers aim to sign 18-year-old centre-back Tom Lang, who recently quit Birmingham City. (Sun)