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Arsenal are weighing up a £10m move for Celtic left-back Kieran Tierney, with Liverpool and Manchester City also tracking the teenager. (Daily Record)

Joey Barton has gone on holiday to mull over a possible move to Rangers as the 33-year-old midfielder considers the next step in his career. (Daily Record)

Aberdeen and Hearts are chasing Miles Storey, with the striker set to reject a new contract offer from Swindon after a successful loan period at Inverness CT. (Daily Express)

Norwich manager Alex Neil tells Rangers they have no chance of luring Graham Dorrans back to Scotland, saying the midfielder is a key member of his relegated squad. (Sun)

Celtic are monitoring USA international midfielder Emerson Hyndman, who plans to leave Fulham in the summer, but AC Milan are also keen on the 20-year-old.

Motherwell and Ross County are keen on taking Celtic winger Michael Duffy, 21, on loan for next season. (Sun)

Michael Duffy
Celtic's Duffy scored three goals on loan at Alloa this season

If Hibs win the Scottish Cup on Saturday, the players will be "absolute legends" despite the disappointment of missing out on promotion to the Premiership, says former striker Keith Wright. (Edinburgh Evening News)

Former Rangers striker Dado Prso admits he had forgotten Niko Kranjcar was still playing and warns his fellow Croat that he will need to be in peak physical condition to play in Scotland after an approach from the Ibrox club for the midfielder, who is with New York Cosmos. (Daily Record)

Former Scotland hero Joe Jordan reckons Joey Barton and Niko Kranjcar would both be successful at Rangers, having worked with both players at QPR. (Herald)

New Dundee United manager Ray McKinnon will consider signing up some of the first team players released at Tannadice following relegation. (Various)

Full-back Callum Paterson insists Hearts can challenge for the Premiership title next season. (Daily Record)

Manager Derek McInnes can do for Aberdeen what Diego Simeone has done for Atletico Madrid, says retiring midfielder Barry Robson as he tips the Dons to compete with Celtic and Rangers over the next few seasons. (Sun)

Motherwell defender Stephen McManus remains hopeful of striking a new deal at Fir Park, despite contract talks stalling. (Daily Record)

Manager Lee Clark is stepping up his recruitment plans for next season despite the threat of relegation hanging over play-off finalists Kilmarnock. (Various)

Former Ibrox star Ronald de Boer thinks it was "fair" that Rangers were admitted to the bottom tier of Scottish football four years ago following the financial mismanagement that led to liquidation. (Various)

Bristol City are considering a move for out-of-favour Rangers goalkeeper Cammy Bell. (Herald)

Brian Reid
Could Brian Reid be on his way to Palmertson Park?

Former Falkirk boss Steven Pressley, now in charge at Fleetwood, brands the play-off system a "farce" designed to protect Premiership clubs. (Various)

Former manager Terry Butcher believes Jason Cummings can be the star for Hibernian in the Scottish Cup final, saying the striker thrives on big games. (Various)

Raith Rovers have been given permission to speak to Dumbarton boss Stephen Aitken as they seek a replacement for Ray McKinnon. (Sun)

Stranraer manager Brian Reid is a target for Queen of the South. (Daily Record)

Chairman Donald Findlay has bought control of Cowdenbeath following the Fife club's relegation to League Two, although sellers Innovate continue to own Central Park. (Various)


Tennis star Andy Murray is willing to make compromises to his training schedule if it could lead to a reunion with former coach Ivan Lendl. (Various)

Scottish hurdler Eilidh Doyle admits she was overwhelmed by London 2012 and aims to make amends at the Rio Olympics this summer. (Various)

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