Rangers midfielder wanted by Scottish rival, summer signing set to exit Ibrox, Celtic sweat over pair for Old Firm clash, Hibs want new defender - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

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Dorrans

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Kilmarnock have made an attempt to sign Rangers outcast Graham Dorrans on loan for the rest of the season. There is also interest from England's League One. (Daily Record)

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Supporters in the Celtic end clashed with Swedish police at the Europa League play-off round second leg against AIK in Stockholm tonight. Celtic are adamant that fans of AIK's rival club Hammarby were responsible. (The Scotsman)
Paul Heckingbottom admits Hibs could yet add another new face before the transfer window closes on Monday night after captain David Gray was ruled out for several weeks. (Evening News)
Celtic manager Neil Lennon admits Kristoffer Ajer is a major doubt for Ibrox this weekend but played down fitness concerns over Odsonne Edouard. Ajer went off with a groin strain while Edouard suffered cramp. (The Scotsman)
Putting Scott Allan on a pedestal would be a mistake, according to Hibs boss Paul Heckingbottom, who has again defended his decision to replace the playmaker during Saturdays 2-2 draw with St Johnstone. (Evening News)
Celtic and Rangers have found out their seeding for the group stages of the Europa League. Despite being in separate pots (Celtic in pot 2; Rangers in pot 4) they are unable to face each other. (Scottish Sun)
Legia Warsaw fans at Ibrox unveiled a huge banner of former Pope John Paul II ahead of the second leg meeting with Rangers in the Europa League play-off round. (The Scotsman)
Jake Hastie is set to complete a loan move to Rotherham as he seeks first-team football. The Rangers winger is said to have turned down a return to former club Motherwell in order to play in England. (Daily Record)
Shelley Kerr insists her and her players will move on from the controversial team briefing in the aftermath of Scotland's World Cup exit as she refused to reveal the details of recent clear-the-air talks. (The Scotsman)