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Rangers' first, second and third kits appear to have leaked online. Jeremy Toljan is wanted by Napoli. The on-loan Celtic defender is contracted to Borussia Dortmund. There are, however, doubts over his fitness levels. (Daily Record) Ofir Marciano remains committed to Hibs despite being offered more money from clubs in Israel to return to his homeland. (Edinburgh Evening News) Alex Petkov has signed a one-year extension with Hearts. The Bulgarian defender/midfielder wont he SPFL Reserve Cup earlier this season. (Hearts FC) Rangers defender Gareth McAuley is expected to depart the club at the end of the season. The Northern Irishman has made just ten appearances this season. (Scottish Sun) Ex-England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson wants to become the new Scotland boss. The Swede has recently left his position in charge of Philippines. (Daily Record) Rangers ace James Tavernier took to Instagram to share sickening abuse he received. The club's captain was targeted by an online troll. Hearts manager Craig Levein is pressing to finalise contracts for striker Steven Naismith and midfielder Peter Haring this week. (Evening News) Karamoko Dembele could be involved for Celtic in their Scottish Youth Cup final clash with Rangers. The teenage star has recently chosen to represent England over Scotland. (The Scotsman) John Souttar is reportedly interesting Derby County. The Championship side have joined Rangers in the hunt for the player. (Scottish Sun) Dundee United could be set to welcome South American stars into their ranks. Sporting director Tony Asghar has had meeting with influential figures in Argentina over possible link ups. (Scottish Sun) Derek McInnes has said that it would be a privilege to manage Scotland. The Aberdeen boss has admitted it is part of his plan. (Scottish Sun)