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Borussia Dortmund and Chelsea are set to test Celtic over the summer with offers for £30m-rated striker Moussa Dembele. (Daily Record)

Celtic last night made their move to land Aberdeen winger Jonny Hayes and aim to agree a deal worth £1.2m for the 29-year-old. (Daily Mail)

Mexico midfielder Carlos Pena is on his way to Glasgow for a Rangers medical, with a fee with agreed with Chivas for the 27-year-old. (Daily Record)

Ryan Jack insists he has no fears about returning to Pittodrie after completing his move from Aberdeen to Rangers on a three-year contract. (Sun)

Midfielder Jack, 25, says Dons boss Derek McInnes "broke his heart" by stripping him of the captaincy for the Scottish Cup final. (Sun)

Stuart Armstrong can be a future Celtic captain, says coach John Kennedy as the champions aim to secure the midfielder on a long-term contract. (Daily Record)

Hearts are plotting a move for former St Mirren midfielder Conor Newton, a free agent having left League Two side Cambridge United. (Sun)

Conor Newton spent time at St Mirren on loan from Newcastle
Newton scored against Hearts to help St Mirren win the League Cup final in 2013

Manager Neil Lennon says Hibs had pulled off "a real coup" in persuading former Celtic defender Efe Ambrose to sign a two-year deal. (Edinburgh Evening News)

Midfielder Fraser Fyvie, 24, is to leave promoted Hibs after knocking back a new contract offer. (Sun)

Kilmarnock midfielder Greg Kiltie is facing four months on the sidelines after breaking his ankle on the final day of the season. (Sun, print edition)

Defender Ash Taylor says he decided to quit Aberdeen after three successful years because he wants a "new challenge". (Sun)

Partick Thistle hope to take defender Niall Keown back from Reading after this season's loan deal for the 22-year-old. (Daily Express, print edition)

Defender Josh Meekings and forward Alex Fisher are leaving relegated Inverness Caley Thistle, while full-back Kevin McNaughton and goalkeeper Cameron Mackay have been offered new deals. (Strathspey & Badenoch Herald)

Club captain Sean Dillon is leaving Tannadice after 10 years at Dundee United, along with Luis Zwick, Frank van der Struijk, while Blair Spittal, Willo Flood and Paul Dixon are also out of contract. (Evening Telegraph)

Motherwell are weighing up a move for Willo Flood, 32, who may exit Tannadice after Dundee United's failure to win promotion. (Sun, print edition)

Former Dundee United defender Christian Dailly will join the coaching staff at Tannadice next season - on a part-time basis, with no fee. (Evening Telegraph)


"I'm playing way better than I was two weeks ago," says Andy Murray after making his way into the third round at the French Open. (Scotsman)

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