Rangers join Tottenham in race for teenage striker, Celtic watch international defender, Hoops set for sell-on windfall - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

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Rangers-Spurs transfer fight

Rangers are hoping to land Wigan striker Kyle Joseph this summer with the Ibrox side preparing to swoop for the 19-year-old. Joseph is out of contract at the end of the season after Spurs failed in a bid to sign him in the summer – The Sun on Sunday

Celtic watch Gallagher

Celtic’s head of football operations Nicky Hammond watched Declan Gallagher play for Motherwell in their 1-1 draw at St Mirren on Saturday. The Hoops are in the market for a new central defender and the Scotland international is on the list of potential targets – The Sun

EPL clubs linked with Hendry

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Celtic defender Jack Hendry, currently on loan with Belgian side KV Oostende, has been linked with English Premiership sides Aston Villa and Wolverhampton Wanderers, along with Championship promotion chasers AFC Bournemouth and German sides Werder Bremen and Freiburg – 90min.com

Dembele sell-on boost for Hoops

Celtic look set to cash in on their 10 per cent sell-on clause if former striker Moussa Dembele completes a £35 million move to Atletico Madrid. The Hoops are poised to collect a £1.5 million bonus after Lyon revealed they had given him permission to speak to the Spanish side – Telefoot

Keane ready for return

Roy Keane is hoping to have another crack at management – after missing out on the Celtic job in 2014. The 49-year-old Manchester United and Republic of Ireland legend is eager to return to the dug-out for the first time since quitting as Martin O’Neill’s assistant at Nottingam Forest in June 2019 – Scottish Sun on Sunday

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