Celtic eye Everton star, Rangers to send attacker out on loan, Scott Sinclair in Fir Park bust-up, Hibs man eyes international call, Tavernier for Scotland? - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

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Celtic are keen on Everton winger Yannick Bolasie after the Ivorian turned down CSKA Moscow, but Besiktas and Rennes are also keen on the 30-year-old. (Various)

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Craig Levein is hopeful Glenn Whelan will be a Hearts player by next week, as he revealed talks were ongoing with the Irishman. (Evening News)
Celtic winger Scott Sinclair was involved in a bust-up with a Motherwell staff member after the Hoops' 5-2 win at Fir Park yesterday. (Various)
Steven Gerrard will send Rangers winger Jamie Murphy out on loan as he believes the wideman is four months away from a return to the Light Blues' first team. (The Sun)
Craig Levein has revealed he subbed Steven Naismith as a precaution against Ross County, confirming the forward's hamstring felt tight. (Evening News)
Neil Lennon has revealed Celtic defender Christopher Jullien will get his chance as he gets up to speed. (The Sun)
Reports claiming James Tavernier could represent Scotland may be wide of the mark given the residency rule only applies if a player has spent 5 years in education in the country before they turn 18. (Various)
Dan Petrescu, boss of Celtic's Champions League qualifier opponents CFR Cluj, has claimed referees favour the Hoops at Parkhead. (Daily Record)
Daryl Horgan has admitted it's been "very, very disappointing" to be left out of the last few Republic of Ireland squads as the diminutive winger eyes a recall. (Scotland on Sunday)
Celtic boss Neil Lennon has confirmed there has been interest in Kristoffer Ajer but insists: "He's one of the last ones I would want out of the door." (The Sun)
Rangers defender Jon Flanangan believes winning the Scottish Premiership title would ease the pain of the near-miss he and Gers boss Steven Gerrard had with Liverpool in 2014. (Mail on Sunday)
Jim Goodwin has vowed to overhaul St Mirren's scouting system as he revealed he has the backing of the board to do so. (Scotland on Sunday)