New transfer bid for Kieran Tierney, Rangers ace could go on loan, latest club to join Morelos battle, ex-Celtic star to appear on 'I'm a Celebrity...' - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Celtic have rejected a second bid from Arsenal for Kieran Tierney, Rangers may send Ross McCrorie out on loan, and Nice have joined the hunt for Alfredo Morelos.


Saturday's Scottish football news and gossip.

Steven Gerrard has admitted youngster Ross McCrorie may head out on season to get more playing time. He insists, though, that the same will not be the case of new signing Jake Hastie. (Daily Record)

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French Ligue 1 side Nice are the latest club to have been linked with Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos. (Football Scotland)
Arsenal have failed with a second bid for Kieran Tierney. The offer was 17.5 million with a further 7.5 million in adds-on, but Celtic are not satisfied with the terms of the deal. (Football Scotland)
Christopher Jullien has revealed that he used to be friends and team-mates with the brother of former Celtic star Bobo Balde. (Scottish Sun)
Jamie Walker has completed his return to Hearts on a three-year deal from Wigan Athletic. (Evening News)
Craig Levein explained today that Hearts wont do much more business this summer because they are recruiting quality over quantity. The Tynecastle boss is still confident over the signing of Steven Naismith. (Evening News)
Aberdeen have offered a contract to striker James Wilson, though the Dons face competition from Preston and Sunderland for the Manchester United youngster. (Daily Record)
Motherwell will seek to soften the blow for David Turnbull after his failed move to Celtic with an improved three-year contract offer. (Scottish Sun)
Former Celtic striker Ian Wright is in advanced talks to appear on this year's edition of 'I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here'. (The Sun)
Former Celtic star Chris Sutton believes the club should be "insulted" by the bids from Arsenal for left-back Kieran Tierney. (Daily Record)
Scott Allan believes he fell victim to the strained relationship between Hibs and Celtic following last summers John McGinn transfer saga. (Evening News)
Dundee are eyeing up a move for James Murphy, a midfielder who once played for Los Angeles FC, an MLS side owned by a consortium that includes actor Will Ferrell and NBA legend Magic Johnson. (Scottish Sun)
A move to bring midfielder Funso Ojo to Easter Road has fallen through because of a dispute between the midfielder and his current club Scunthorpe United. (Evening News)