Seven set to leave Rangers, Celtic duo target national team call-ups, Hearts man set for surprise return, update on Hibs injuries - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

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Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Stories from Celtic, Hearts, Hibs and Rangers in today's round-up

As many as seven players could be in line for an Ibrox exit as Rangers boss Steven Gerrard plans a squad-trimming exercise in January. (The Scotsman)

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Celtic defender Jeremie Frimpong has recalled being subjected to sickening racist abuse by Italian supporters when he was playing under-11 football. (The Scotsman)
Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster hopes a good European run can help him reclaim his place in the England national team squad. (The Scotsman)
Hearts will prioritise a more competitive approach over tactics as they try to find a more consistent performance level in the coming weeks, Craig Levein has said. (Evening News)
Paul Heckingbottom has urged his players to be a bunch of glory hunters, to become the one who ends Hibs eight match winless run. (Evening News)
Rangers defender Nikola Katic has revealed countryman Borna Barisic is happier off-field this season - which has helped boost his performances. (Various)
Martin Boyle is nearing a return to action but Hibs boss Paul Heckingbottom has warned the winger is still 'some way away from playing'. (Evening News)
Ryan Jack has put pen to paper on a new deal with Rangers, keeping him at Ibrox until 2023. (The Scotsman)
Celtic defender Jeremie Frimpong is hoping to emulate ex-Hoops hero Virgil van Dijk - in career and international path. (The Scotsman)
Hearts forward Craig Wighton could make his first senior appearance of the season against Livingston this weekend. (Evening News)