'Big problems' at Rangers, Celtic blow ahead of Rennes test, Hearts boss backed, Hibs player exit 'a mistake', Aberdeen eye defender - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

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Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Stories from Aberdeen, Celtic, Hearts, Hibs, Rangers and more in today's round-up

TalkSPORT radio pundit Alan Brazil has claimed there are "big problems" at Rangers, insisting people 'won't believe' what's going on. (talkSPORT)

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Leigh Griffiths has been ruled out of Celtic's clash with Rennes tonight after picking up a thigh strain. (Various)
Jamie Maclaren believes Paul Heckingbottom will be regretting his decision to allow veteran holding midfielder Mark Milligan to leave Hibs in the summer. (Evening News)
Hearts owner Ann Budge has given a vote of confidence to manager Craig Levein in a wide-ranging statement issued on the club's website. (Evening News)
Christian Doidge has been backed to become a prolific scorer for Hibs if he is given a regular supply of ammunition. (Evening News)
Rangers U21s, including Greg Docherty and Eros Grezda, booked their place in the fourth round of the Tunnocks Caramel Wafer Cup thanks to a late Serge Atakayi goal at Ballymena. (The Scotsman)
Former Aston Villa defender Alan Hutton says he would like to see Celtic forward James Forrest join 'a club like Leicester'. (Leicester Mercury)
Danny Lennon, Ian McCall and Jim Duffy have all been linked with the vacant managerial post at Partick Thistle. (Various)
Free agent Tommie Hoban has been invited to train with Aberdeen as he continues his injury rehab and Dons boss Derek McInnes has not ruled out the possibility of signing the player. (Evening Express)
Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos has been named in Colombia's preliminary, 37-man squad for their meet-up in mid-October (The Herald)
Hearts chairman Ann Budge has rubbished claims that a successor to Craig Levein has already been lined up and reiterated the boards ongoing backing for the manager. (The Scotsman)
Liverpool's Scottish defender Andy Robertson has deleted his Twitter account after receiving abuse following Liverpool's 2-0 Champions League defeat by Napoli. (Daily Record)