Boost for Rangers in transfer chase, Celtic monitor French ace, Hibs eye winger, Arsenal up Tierney offer - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

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Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

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

Newcastle are not looking to re-sign former Magpies kid James Tavernier from Rangers. Toon boss Steve Bruce said: "I really don't know where that came from." (The Chronicle)

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Celtic haven't given up on their attempts to sign Rennes midfielder James Lea Siliki, who faced the Hoops in a friendly earlier this month. (France Football)
The odds of Alfredo Morelos moving to China plummeted overnight, sparking rumours he could be on the move. (The Scotsman)
Arsenal are set to add Nicolas Pepe and Kieran Tierney to their squad after restructuring the deal for the Celtic defender to include more money up front. (Various)
Neil Lennon has denied reports Celtic are looking to offload Scott Sinclair, saying: "We dont want him to go, thats for sure." (The Sun)
Hibs boss Paul Heckingbottom may look to sign a replacement winger for Martin Boyle who has been ruled out for the foreseeable future through injury. (Evening News)
Dundee United are looking to sign former Motherwell winger Elliot Frear, who is a free agent. (The Sun)
Hibs youngster Yrik Galantes has sealed a season-long loan move to Lowland League outfit Gala Fairydean Rovers. He could come up against current colleagues Jack Hodge and Callum Yeats at Civil Service Strollers. (Various)
Christophe Berra has shrugged off criticism of Hearts early-season form and insists they can only be judged fairly when their Premiership campaign gets under way. (Evening News)
Aberdeen look set to miss out on a 6 million windfall with Ryan Fraser unlikely to leave Bournemouth this summer. (Various)
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright has insisted the McDiarmid Park side will get their recruitment right, in the wake of a disappointing Betfred Cup campaign. (The Sun)
Steven Naismith will likely be a Hearts player by Thursday, giving the former Norwich man a good chance of featuring against Aberdeen on Sunday. (The Sun)
Hearts manager Craig Levein insists it is business as usual at Riccarton despite criticism from fans as the team prepare for their Ladbrokes Premiership opener at Aberdeen. (Evening News)
Manchester United and Scotland midfielder Scott McTominay has been included on the front cover of the PES 2020 football game alongside Lionel Messi, Serge Gnabry and Miralem Pjanic. (Various)
Celtic legend Henrik Larsson's son Jordan is set for a money-spinning move to Russia with Spartak Moscow. The free-scoring Swede has been linked with a 3.7m move. (Various)