Celtic make decision over Tierney offer, Rangers get themselves 'a bargain', Celtic deny player exit reports, Kilmarnock chase former Hibs star - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Monday's Scottish football news and gossip.

Tierney

Stories on Celtic, Rangers, Hearts, Hibs, Aberdeen and Kilmarnock.

Aberdeen have completed the signing of Scunthorpe midfielder Funso Ojo on a three-year deal. The Belgian joined the Dons after both them and Hibs had bids accepted. (Evening News)

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Rangers manager Steven Gerrard believes he has landed a bargain with the 3 million capture of Swedish international central defender Filip Helander from Bologna. (The Scotsman)
Arsenal have not yet met Celtics valuation for Scotland internationalist Kieran Tierney despite tabling a second offer for the player. The bid was rejected by the Parkhead club. (The Scotsman)
Neil Lennon has revealed that Celtic's recruitment staff held a four-hour meeting last week in order to resolve the club's hunt for a new right-back to replace Mikael Lustig. (Scottish Sun)
Steven Gerrard wants to see more goals, assists and consistency from Daniel Candeias after the winger responded to be omitted from Rangers' Europa League squad with a double in the win over Marseille. (Daily Record)
Peter Haring is to consult a second specialist over his injury and could miss the start of Hearts Premiership campaign. The Austrian midfielder has been dealing with persistent pain in his groin/pelvic area. (Evening News)
Kilmarnock are looking to bring Thomas Agyepong back to Scottish football. The Rugby Park side have opened talks with Manchester City over a possible loan for the ex-Hibs winger. (Daily Record)
Celtic insist youngster Liam Morrison has not agreed a deal to join Bayern Munich and that they remain firmly in the hunt to sign the 16-year-old to his first professional contract. (Scottish Sun)
Aberdeen have pulled the plug on a potential love move for ex-Tottenham midfielder John Bostock after the signing of Funso Ojo. (Scottish Sun)