Scottish Gossip: Stevie May, Andy Halliday, John McGinn

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Dundee United have joined the list of clubs chasing Stevie May and have been in touch with Sheffield Wednesday about a loan deal for the former St Johnstone striker. (Sun)

And former Livingston defender Coll Donaldson will sign for Dundee United having been released by QPR. (Sunday Mail)

Andy Halliday, the former Livingston, Middlesbrough and Bradford winger has been training with Rangers for the last couple of weeks and has impressed enough to earn a contract offer. (Various)

Inverness could sign up Spanish striker Dani Lopez before their Europa League debut on Thursday. (Sun)

And Inverness manager John Hughes is "desperate" to recruit Brian Rice as his new assistant, the pair having worked together at Falkirk and Hibs. (Sun)

Celtic boss Ronny Deila admits he is entering this year's Champions League qualifiers driven by fear of repeating the disappointment of last season. (Various)

Deila has angrily quashed rumours of a loan deal for Real Madrid's 16-year-old Norway midfielder Martin Odegaard. (Various)

And new Celtic signing Nadir Ciftci is hoping that his move can bring him to the attention of Turkey coach Fatih Terim. (Scotland on Sunday)

John McGinn is flying to America today for talks with Houston Dynamo and if the midfielder seals a move to the MLS St Mirren will not receive any compensation payment. (Various)


The European Tour is poised to score off Trump International Links as a possible venue for the Scottish Open following controversial remarks from its owner. Donald Trump claims the event was set to be played on his course near Aberdeen in 2017, 2019 and 2020. (Mail on Sunday)

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