Celtic interested in Hearts star, Hibs ace ends departure speculation, ex-Rangers hero blasts 'disgusting' treatment, ex-Celtic star 'open' to January transfer - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Friday's Scottish football news and gossip.


Stories on Celtic, Rangers, Hearts, Hibs and Scotland.

Celtic and QPR are two clubs looking at Hearts striker Uche Ikpeazu. (West London Sport)

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Hearts left-back Aaron Hickey has been named among the 60 best young talents in world football. (The Guardian)
Hibs boss Paul Heckingbottom has been handed a three-match ban, one of which is suspended, after his sending off in the 1-1 draw with Celtic last month. (Evening News)
Steve Clarke has challenged his players to ensure last nights fourth successive defeat is the lowest moment of Scotlands latest dark chapter. (The Scotsman)
Kenny Miller says the way he and Lee Wallace were treated at Rangers was "disgusting" and that the actions of certain people was "unforgivable". (Daily Record)
Fans of both Northern Ireland and the Netherlands paid tribute to former Rangers star Fernando Ricksen as they broke into a chant of "there's only one Fernando Ricksen" during a minute's applause for the player. (Daily Record)
Moussa Dembele is open to a January move from Lyon to Manchester United. Celtic would receive a percentage of the sell-on fee if their former striker makes a big-money switch. (The Times)
Former Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha has hinted that he's close to securing a job in the MLS side after being sacked by Mexican side Cruz Azul in the summer. (Daily Record)
Hibs content has returned to Glenn Middleton's Instagram page a couple of days after it mysteriously disappeared, leading to speculation the Rangers winger was going to cut his loan spell at Easter Road short. (Scottish Sun)