Celtic identify new signing to replace Kieran Tierney, ex-Rangers star 'hit by car', Hibs target heads for medical, Hearts reveal transfer talks, Stevie May latest - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Monday's Scottish football news and transfer gossip.


Stories on Celtic, Rangers, Hearts, Hibs, Aberdeen and St Johnstone.

Celtic have identified Stephen Kingsley as the potential replacement for Kieran Tierney if the latter's move to Arsenal goes through. (Scottish Sun)
Steven Whittaker has backed Glenn Middleton to make an impact at Easter Road as the Rangers winger heads for a medical at Easter Road. (Evening News)
Hearts fear Scotland defender John Souttar damaged ankle ligaments in their opening Premiership defeat at Aberdeen. The centre-back was forced off injured in the first half of the 3-2 loss. (The Scotsman)
Celtic are understood to be close to selling defender Jozo Simunovic after the Croatian defender reportedly agreed personal terms with French side Lille. (Football Insider)
Craig Levein spoke for the first time about Hearts talks with Glenn Whelan and said the club are continually working to sign the Irish midfielder. (The Scotsman)
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes still doesnt know if Scotland international defender Scott McKenna will still be at the club on Wednesday amid interest from Nottingham Forest. (The Scotsman)
St Johnstone have reopen talks about a move for former hero Stevie May after a move for the Aberdeen striker collapsed two weeks ago. The McDiarmid Park side are also interested in ex-Dundee striker Kane Hemmings. (Scottish Sun)
Rangers have said they'll take 'appropriate action' against fans responsible for the collapse of a roof covering disabled supporters at Rugby Park. (Scottish Sun)
Former Rangers full-back Declan John has revealed he was hit by a car in the aftermath of Swansea City's win over Hull City. The defender escaped serious injury after managing to avoid being run over. (Daily Record)