Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Hearts Inverness CT, Kilmarnock, Motherwell & Hibs

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New Hearts arrival Faycal Rherras hopes he can use his time at Tynecastle to realise his dream of playing in England. (Various)

After clearing out Carlton Cole, Colin Kazim-Richards and Anthony Stokes, Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers must decide if fellow strikers Nadir Ciftci and Stefan Scepovic have a future with the Scottish champions. (Scotsman)

Inverness CT are lining up an offer for Kilmarnock winger Kallum Higginbotham, who has been told he can find another club. (Sun)

Kilmarnock boss Lee Clark hopes to recruit former Dundee defender Gary MacKenzie, who was with Doncaster last season. (Sun)

Motherwell are lining up a move to take striker Lee Erwin back to Fir Park on loan from Leeds. (Daily Express)

Aberdeen will make another attempt to bring forward the arranged signing of Miles Storey from Swindon to meet the deadline for their Europa League opener. (Daily Express)

Hibernian boss Neil Lennon will meet striker Jason Cummings in Paris tonight and aims to persuade the 20-year-old to stay on at Easter Road for "at least another season". (Various)

Striker Stephen Dobbie admits he would be interested in a return to Hibernian as the 33-year-old looks to end a seven-year stint in English football. (Sun)

Rangers target Tom Bradshaw is in demand, with Barnsley also keen on the Walsall striker. (Sun)

Falkirk hope to take goalkeeper Danny Rogers on loan from Aberdeen for a second season after the Dons brought in Joe Lewis and Neil Alexander this week. (Daily Record)

Released Celtic striker Anthony Stokes is on the brink of a move to Blackburn Rovers after agreeing a three-year deal at Ewood Park. (Daily Express)

Chesterfield and Plymouth are chasing out-of-contract Dundee United midfielder Ryan Dow. (Scotsman)

Former Sheffield United and QPR manager Neil Warnock, 67, insists he would jump at the chance of bringing his career to an end with a Scottish club. (Daily Mail)

Romanian club CS Pandurii will invite Celtic to play the opening match when their new stadium is complete in December. (Sun)

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