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Rangers face competition from Nottingham Forest for defensive target Martin Olsson. (Daily Record)

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The Gers have played down talk linking them with Anderlecht's Welsh defender James Lawrence. (The Sun)
Rangers have struck a deal for Sheyi Ojo, with the Liverpool winger expected to join the Gers for pre-season this week while Steven Gerrard is still hopeful of re-signing Ryan Kent. (The Sun)
Bayern Munich are hoping to convince Celtic youngster Liam Morrison, 16, that his future lies with the Bundesliga side. (Football Insider)
Adam Matthews has been linked with a surprise return to Celtic. The versatile defender is out of contract this summer and Neil Lennon is reportedly keen. (The Sun)
Southampton have reportedly entered the race for David Turnbull, as Celtic face an anxious wait over the midfielder's decision. (Football Insider)
Sheffield Wednesday are also monitoring David Turnbull's situation, with Celtic and Southampton both keen (Various)
Hibs boss Paul Heckingbottom has been working one-on-one with Martin Boyle as he prepares to welcome the winger back to playing action. (Evening News)
Hearts have been linked with French forward Mikael Mandron. The free agent has turned out for clubs including Sunderland, Eastleigh, Wigan and Colchester. (Evening News)
Olivier Ntcham appears to favour a move to France, with Lyon and Marseille interested as well as Porto. The Celtic midfielder says he's focused on the Under-21 European Championships. (Various)
Kosovo are hopeful of convincing Hibs forward Florian Kamberi to switch allegiance from Switzerland. He qualifies for Kosovo through his father and has reportedly not ruled anything out. (The Sun)