Rangers' huge £7m blow, Celtic star is tipped for a £25m move, Parkhead defender set for Euro move, Levein vows to carry on, Gerrard slams Uefa, Novo on IRA links - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

All 12 Scottish Premiership teams played on Saturday with a huge number of talking points,

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Hearts fans protested against Craig Levein and the running of the club, Hibs lost again, Ryan Kent started for Rangers but got injured, Aberdeen suffered another injury blow, while Celtic's £16m impressed. We have all the latest news, transfer speculation and more from around the SPFL.

Hearts boss Craig Levein maintains he can "turn it around" following the club's 3-2 loss at home to Motherwell which left the side bottom of the league. He said: "Its just about winning matches, isnt it? Its that simple." (Evening News)

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Around 1000 Hearts fans protested outside the ground after seeing their team lose to Motherwell. They demanded Levein leave. (Evening News)
Rangers winger Ryan Kent will miss the club's Europa League clash with Feyenoord and could be out until mid-October. The 7m signing started against Livingston but injured his hamstring in the first half. (Football Insider)
Neil Lennon has vowed to get 16m loanee Mohamed Elyounoussi back to his best. The Norwegian international, who assisted Celtic's winner at Hamilton, lost his way after his move to Southampton from Basel. (The Scotsman)
Steven Gerrard has showered praise on Rangers' departing director of football Mark Allen. The Ibrox boss said he (Allen): "He was the one who came and got me so I appreciate the opportunity from him." (The Scotsman)
Boli Bolingoli believes Celtic have the ability to win the Europa League. The player has said his own experience as taught him that the club can go far this year. (The Scotsman)
Former Celtic ace Kris Commons has tipped Odsonne Edouard to move for 25m and be better than Moussa Dembele. He revealed that Scott Brown said Edouard was better than his fellow Frenchman. (Daily Record)
Steven Gerrard has bemoaned the Uefa rule which only allows him to name 22 players in his Europan squads. It has forced him to leave out the likes of Jordan Jones, Greg Docherty and Jamie Murphy. (Daily Record)
Nacho Novo has revealed that police had to guard his house over an IRA threat to shoot him. It followed the player's move to Belfast to join Glentoran in 2016.
Paul Heckingbottom cannot wait for the Edinburgh derby. The Hibees are ninth after the 2-0 defeat at Kilmarnock with the Hibs boss saying there is "no hiding place" for his players. (Evening News)
Celtic defender Jack Hendry could still leave the club. A host of Portuguese clubs are keen on the player with their transfer window open for another week. (Sunday People)
Jon Gallagher is set to miss a significant part of the season after he broke his leg in Aberdeen's draw with St Johnstone. The sub was rushed to the hospital after clashing with Liam Gordon. (Daily Record)