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Celtic eye move for Europa League foe, Rangers tracking James Tavernier replacement, Lennon reveals Tierney goodbye, Greg Taylor to Celtic latest - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Tuesday's Scottish football news and gossip.

Rangers are tracking right-back Leonel Di Placido, Celtic want left-back Birger Meling, and Neil Lennon reveals Kieran Tierney's goodbye to teammates.

Celtic are eyeing a move for Rosenborg left-back Birger Meling. The Norwegian international played against Celtic on four occasions last term in European competition and largely impressed.
Celtic are eyeing a move for Rosenborg left-back Birger Meling. The Norwegian international played against Celtic on four occasions last term in European competition and largely impressed.
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Rangers are tracking Leonel Di Placido as a possible replacement for James Tavernier. The 1 million-rated Lanus full-back is keen to move to Europe in a bid to improve his chances of earning a cap for Argentina. (Scottish Sun)

2. Rangers eye right-back

Rangers are tracking Leonel Di Placido as a possible replacement for James Tavernier. The 1 million-rated Lanus full-back is keen to move to Europe in a bid to improve his chances of earning a cap for Argentina. (Scottish Sun)
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Jermain Defoe scored a perfect hat-trick in Sundays 6-1 demolition of Hibernian but insists he wont be too disappointed if he finds himself on the substitutes bench for Thursdays tie with Midtjylland. (The Scotsman)

3. Defoe understands

Jermain Defoe scored a perfect hat-trick in Sundays 6-1 demolition of Hibernian but insists he wont be too disappointed if he finds himself on the substitutes bench for Thursdays tie with Midtjylland. (The Scotsman)
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Neil Lennon believes James Forrest is priceless to Celticsambitions and insists the winger will not be sold during the current transfer window. (The Scotsman)

4. Forrest not for sale

Neil Lennon believes James Forrest is priceless to Celticsambitions and insists the winger will not be sold during the current transfer window. (The Scotsman)
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