Celtic in line for player boost, Rangers eye deals for defender and midfielder, Aberdeen protest, Sean Clare Hearts latest - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

The latest Scottish football news, transfer rumours and gossip...

Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill
Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Stories from Aberdeen, Celtic, Hamilton, Hearts, Hibs, Rangers, the Scotland national team and more in today's round-up

Rangers are hopeful of tying up Ryan Jack and Nikola Katic on bumper new deals (Daily Record)
Celtic could net a large six-figure sum thank to a sell-on clause - if Hearts sell teenage left-back sensation Aaron Hickey in January. (The Sun)
Celtic defender Boli Bolingoli admits he still has a lot to learn about being a defender, having only recently been converted from an attacking position. (The Scotsman)
A group of Aberdeen fans are planning a protest against underfire manager Derek McInnes at Saturday's home match with Hibs after the Dons exited the Betfred Cup and lost 5-0 to Rangers. (Daily Record)
Cluj could be without star striker Billel Omrani for Thursday's trip to face Celtic - and strike partner Lacina Traore is also set to miss out. (The Sun)
Kieran Tierney was not included in Arsenal's matchday squad for last night's 1-1 draw with Manchester United. (Various)
Hibs head coach Paul Heckingbottom faces a touchline ban - and possibly an SFA Notice of Complaint - after being sent to the stand during his side's 1-1 draw with Celtic. (Various)
Hearts midfielder Sean Clare has been taken out of the team and given time to rebuild his confidence after a dip in form, Craig Levein has revealed. (Evening News)
Former Everton and Man Utd boss David Moyes claims ex-Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers had been lined up for the Leicester job for "quite a long time before he got it". (BeIN Sports)
Everton, Norwich, Southampton and Wolves have all been linked with Hamilton defender Jamie Hamilton, 17. Derby County are also keeping tabs on the Scotland Under-19 cap. (Daily Mail)
Rangers winger Brandon Barker has revealed "three or four teams" in the English Championship were interested in him before the Ibrox side swooped. (BT Sport)
Hibs winger Glenn Middleton believes a series of clear-the-air talks has finally helped the Easter Road side to kickstart their season after a dreadful start to the campaign. (Various)
Steven Whittaker believes the doom and gloom which had descended upon Easter Road is beginning to lift after positive results over Kilmarnock in the Betfred Cup and Celtic. (Evening News)
Billy Gilmour is unlikely to be named in Steve Clarke's Scotland squad today despite making his EPL debut for Chelsea (Various)