£3m price tag slapped on Celtic signing target, mystery around Rangers absence deepens, Celtic make 7th summer signing, ex-Rangers star told to find new club - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Friday’s Scottish football news and gossip.

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

Celtic will make their move for left-back Greg Taylor as Kilmarnock slap a £3 million price tage on the head of the Scottish international. (Daily Record)
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Former Rangers winger Gregg Wylde has been told to find a new club by Ladbrokes Premiership side Livingston. The winger joined the West Lothian outfit last season. (Scottish Sun)
Celtic have completed the signing of Fraser Forster on loan from Southampton. (The Scotsman)
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The mystery around George Edmundson's tweet revealing he didn't travel with the Rangers squad has deepened after the club confirmed the defender wasn't injured. (Daily Record)
Lewis Stevenson has led tributes to his former Hibs team-mate Junior Agogo who has died at the age of just 40. The Ghana internationalist spent four months at Easter Road after being signed in the summer of 2011. (Evening News)
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Hearts boss Craig Levein has revealed that Glenn Whelan will make his debut against Celtic this Sunday, though he is unlikely to risk Steven Naismith or John Souttar by rushing them back from injury. (Evening News)
Craig Levein has revealed details of his meeting with Hearts incoming loanee Ryotaro Meshino  declaring the Japanese forward eager to succeed in Scotland. (Evening News)
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Steven Gerrard thinks Rangers missed a golden chance to put one foot in the Europa League group stages in Poland. The Ibrox boss watched his team battle out a goalless draw against Legia Warsaw. (The Scotsman)
Neil Lennon praised his players for what he described as an outstanding performance in beating AIK Stockholm 2-0 at Celtic Park but warned them against complacency in the second leg of their Europa League play-off tie. (The Scotsman)