Neil Lennon expects to be busy in the transfer window which closes at midnight tonight. At Ibrox there will likely be a few departures with a signing only arriving "out of the blue". Find out more transfer news involving SPFL sides below.
Jake Hastie is set to complete a season-long move to Rotherham United. The Rangers winger, signed from Motherwell, leaves to get first-team football.
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Steven Gerrard hit out at his winger Jordan Jones following his sending off for a challenge on Celtic's Mortiz Bauer. The player left Ibrox on crutches and Gerrard said: "He deserves his ban and hes got everything to do now to get back in my team. (Sky Sports)
Neil Lennon played down an incident involving Rangers fans following Celtic's second goal. He said:I didnt see it. I was halfway down the pitch at the time. It happens, so Im not going to comment on it. The stewards were on it very quickly, so theres nothing to report. (Scottish Sun)
Rangers have received a boost over Alfredo Morelos. The Colombian was on Galatasaray's shortlist but the Turkish giants have signed the striker's fellow countryman Radamel Falcao.
Kyle Lafferty was sent off on his debut for Norwegian side Sarpsborg 08. They were leading 2-0 before his red card and ended up drawing 2-2 with Viking.
Defenders David Bates and Mikey Devlin have replaced Liam Palmer and Grant Hanley in the Scotland squad for the upcoming Euro 2020 double header agaisnt Russia and Belgium.
Celtic defender Anthony Ralston is set to sign for St Johnstone on loan. The right-back is seen as a replacement for Richard Foster who moved to Ross County. (Evening Times)
Steven Gerrard doesn't expect to make any transfer deadline day signings. But he's admitted that if something does happen it will be "out of the blue".
A number of Rangers players are set to leave the club on transfer deadline day Gerrard has confirmed. The likes of Jamie Murphy, Joe Dodooo, Jason Hilt, Graham Dorrans and Eros Grezda are available.
Neil Lennon admitted that he is hoping for a busy transfer deadline day. The club are expected to make at least two transfers including the signing of Greg Taylor from Kilmarnock. (Sky Sports)
Celtic could land former midfielder Victor Wanyama on a loan deal from Spurs. The Kenyan had looked to move to Club Brugge but the Premier League side will now consider loans. (Daily Record)
Vykintas Slivka has backed Paul Heckingbottom to turn it around at Hibs. The Lithuanian said the squad still believe in the manager even after the 3-0 defeat to Motherwell. (Evening News)
Christophe Berra has said that Hearts players deserve all the criticism they are getting. The club were booed off after drawing 2-2 at home to Hamilton on Saturday. (Evening News)