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Kieran Tierney is fit for the Scottish Cup final but the Celtic defender will miss the Euro 2020 qualifiers due to a planned hernia operation. (Photo: Getty Images)

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Inverness refused Dundee permission to speak to manager John Robertson at the weekend following an alleged unsolicited approach on Saturday evening, Inverness have said in a statement. (ICTFC.com)
Former Celtic defender Glenn Loovens has tipped Carlos Carvalhal for the Celtic job, saying he believes the Portuguese would "do well" at Celtic Park. (Scottish Sun)
Celtic have made an enquiry for Fortuna Sittard midfielder Mark Diemers, but will have to fight off a host of European clubs to land him. The 25-year-old has enjoyed an excellent season in Holland's Eredivisie and netted seven goals and seven assists for his club. (Sport)
Celtic's hopes of signing the Belgian defender Timothy Castagne are likely over after several Serie A giants entered the race for the Atalanta man. (FootballScotland)
Steven Gerrard will now know exactly how much he has to pay to retain 22-year-old winger Ryan Kent's services for next season after Liverpool reportedly named their price. The English club want 12m for the player. (Liverpool Echo)
Charlie Adam has said Rangers need to make three or four quality signings to mount a real challenge with Celtic next season. (Daily Record)
Derek McInnes is keen to re-sign former Aberdeen defender Ash Taylor who spent three seasons at Pittodrie before joining Northampton in 2017. (Scottish Sun)
The former Scotland boss Gordon Strachan has been interviewed by Dundee about becoming their new technical director despite having no interest in the role of manager. (FootballScotland)
Lisbon Lion Jim Craig believes Neil Lennon has earned the right to a permanent second stint as Celtic manager but insists whoever gets the job has a rebuilding job on his hands. (Sport)
Robbie Neilson believes all talk of Celtic securing an historic third treble is premature and hopes his old mentor Craig Levein can cause an upset at Hampden. (Sport)