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Hearts could be set to cash in on Callum Paterson this summer with Bristol City hot on the highly-rated youngster's trail. (Daily Record, print edition)

Ronny Deila believes his successor at Celtic will have players good enough to achieve what he could not and reach the Champions League group stages. (Various)

Jordan Rossiter, 19, will net £10,000 a week for putting pen to paper on a four-year contract at Rangers. (Daily Mail, print edition)

Stewart Milne has promised not to dip into Derek McInnes's transfer war chest to pay for Aberdeen's new stadium. (Daily Record) external-link

Callum Paterson in action for Hearts
Callum Paterson, 21, is about to enter the final year of his Hearts contract

Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson has confirmed he is hoping to sign Scotland internationalist Matt Gilks, the Burnley keeper, and Belgian left-back Faycal Rherras. (Various).

Dundee United chairman Stephen Thompson will plead with Jim Spence to stay on as Tannadice peacemaker after he threatened to quit just over a week into the job. (Daily Record)external-link

Jordan Rhodes is focusing his efforts on proving his doubters wrong in the English Premier League after shrugging off his latest Scotland snub. (The Herald)external-link

Hearts have handed Scotland Under-21 keeper Jack Hamilton a new deal to the summer of 2019 (Various).

Heartbroken Hibs striker James Keatings admits their play-off defeat by Falkirk was the lowest point of his career. (Various)

New Celtic star Kristoffer Ajer has been accused of trying to get players sent off in Norway. (Various) external-link

Hearts have terminated the contract of striker Soufian El Hassnaoui by mutual consent. (Various)

Player/manager Martin Canning would like to see loan striker Carlton Morris back at Hamilton again next season. (The National, print edition)


Adrian Lewis has labelled Peter Wright's wife "a disgrace" as a furious row threatens Scotland's World Cup of Darts bid. (Daily Record)external-link

Stephanie Johnston could become the first Scottish woman to ever play rugby in the Olympic Games this summer. (The National)external-link