Scottish Gossip: Jonny Hayes, Derek McInnes, Jamie Walker, Rangers, Celtic, Aberdeen

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Celtic last night agreed a £1.3m deal to make Aberdeen winger Jonny Hayes their first summer signing, with Ryan Christie moving to Pittodrie on a season-long loan. (Daily Mail)

Hearts want more than £1m for winger Jamie Walker after rejecting a bid of £500,000 from Rangers. (Scotsman)

Rangers are to appoint Manchester City academy director Mark Allen as their new director of football. (Sun)

Sunderland chief executive Martin Bain will fly to Florida for talks with holidaying Derek McInnes after Aberdeen agreed a compensation fee for their manager. (Sun)

Plymouth manager Derek Adams wants the Aberdeen job as Derek McInnes closes in on a move to Sunderland. (Daily Record)

Celtic stars like Moussa Dembele should savour another year at Parkhead since he will never find another club like it says former goalkeeper Fraser Forster, now at Southampton. (Daily Record)

Hibs defenders Darren McGregor and Paul Hanlon model next season's kit
Hibs defenders Darren McGregor and Paul Hanlon show off next season's kit

Defender Darren McGregor admits Hibs will find it hard to replace Jason Cummings, with the striker on the verge of a move to Nottingham Forest. (Sun)

Scott Allan is relishing the prospect of facing Dundee United boo boys after his loan switch to Dundee from Celtic. (Daily Record)

New Inverness boss John Robertson insists he's a better manager now than when he last got Caley Thistle promoted. (Daily Record)

Experienced goalkeeper Jamie MacDonald is prepared to leave Kilmarnock to ensure regular first-team football next season. (Edinburgh Evening News)

Scotland striker Chris Martin happy to play second fiddle if Leigh Griffiths can fire the nation to next year's World Cup. (Daily Record)

Former Raith Rovers forward Mark Stewart is Dumbarton's second signing of the week after after ex-Rangers defender Andy Dowie. (Sun)

Celtic have beaten competition from Manchester United for the signature of Irish 16-year-old Barry Coffey. (Daily Record)

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