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Live Reporting

Ben Banks

All times stated are UK

  1. That's a wrap

    Wow, that was a pretty action-packed few hours. To go from the Europa League draw to a surge of transfer announcements was quite the wake-up call.

    You can find out more about today's biggest stories across the BBC Sport Scotland website, along with reaction from last night's European results.

    There could be more transfers to come too. For now, goodbye!

  2. Last but not least...

    We've got there, eventually. The final game of the weekend takes us to Paisley for St Mirren v St Johnstone.

    Thumbs up for a St Mirren win, thumbs down for St Johnstone to earn their first victory of the season.

  3. Pittodrie debuts await

    Marley Watkins, Matty Longstaff and Austin Samuels are all potential Aberdeen debutants against Ross County this Sunday - but will that help them get a win?

    Thumbs up for an Aberdeen win, thumbs down for Ross County to succeed.

  4. Back to the predictions

    Cooling off the transfer train just now, let's get back to the predictions for this weekend - and where better to start.

    Thumbs up if Rangers will win the Old Firm, thumbs down if it's Celtic.

    Celtic Rangers
  5. Anyone else feeling overwhelmed by transfers?

    I have digested a lot of news in the last 15 minutes and I am very full. I hope there's room for more...

  6. Guess who's back

    Jim Goodwin will be back in the dugout for St Mirren's match with St Johnstone this weekend.

    The St Mirren manager tested positive for Covid-19 last week.

    Jim Goodwin
  7. Incoming at Fir Park...

    Motherwell are set to complete the signing of centre-half Sondre Solholm Johansen from Norwegian side Mjondalen.

    The Eliteserien club have announced a deal for the 26-year-old has been agreed with personal terms and a medical still to be concluded.

    "It is a fantastic opportunity," said the side's manager Vegard Hansen.

  8. DONE DEAL - Leo Hjelde joins Leeds United

    Celtic prospect Leo Hjelde has left the club to join Leeds United. He moves to the English Premier League club on a four-year deal.

    Hjelde was labelled 'the next Vigril Van Dijk' during a loan spell at Ross County last season.

    Image caption: Hjelde has left Celtic
  9. Adding more to the ranks

    Motherwell manager Graham Alexander is still after two signings this summer.

    The Fir Park club bolstered their squad yesterday with the signing of Sean Goss but more reinforcements are on the way to Lanarkshire.

  10. Getting on with things

    Ross County manager Malky Mackay says his side have to deal with a tough start to the Premiership season that has had them battling with last season's top six teams.

    Aberdeen are the task that lies ahead this weekend.

    "We knew we’d be playing the top teams in the opening weeks of the season, but you get on with it," said Mackay.

    “It’s the league. We’ve got to play everyone so after that comes a run of teams that will probably be more round about us.

    "By that time we’ll have more players in the door and everyone will have got to know each other a little better."

    Malky Mackay
  11. DONE DEAL - Taylor Moore joins Hearts

    The centre-back joins on a season-long loan deal from English Championship club Bristol City.

    Manager Robbie Neilson has been keen to add a new defender and he now has one in the Englishman.

    Taylor Moore
  12. Celtic injury update

    There's good news on the fitness front for Celtic ahead of the Old Firm with Rangers.

    Greg Taylor’s injury isn’t a serious one and he could make the derby.

    At least one of James Forrest or James McCarthy will be back while new signing Josip Juranovic is available.

  13. All the latest gossip

    The transfer news just keeps on coming and you can find out the latest gossip HERE.

    David Bates' return to Scottish football is one of several rumours flying about...

  14. Siegrist injury wait goes on

    Dundee United head coach Thomas Courts says the Tannadice club are awaiting the results of a scan on goalkeeper Benjamin Siegrist's knee injury.

    “He has been scanned and we expect probably a definitive diagnosis in the next 24 hours," said Courts.

    “We have always been quite cautiously optimistic because the swelling was starting to go down pretty quickly, the pain and discomfort was starting to ease.

    "He is feeling quite positive right now but again it is just a cautious optimism."

    Benjamin Siegrist