No Celtic bid for Turnbull | Legend to return to Parkhead | Rangers near midfielder signing | Kilmarnock striker expected to leave | St Mirren boss stays - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Neil Lennon wants to bring aclub legend back to Parkhead, Rangers open talks with midfield ace and there has been NO David Turnbull bid from Celtic.


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French giants Marseille will have to move on a midfielder before they can bring in Ntcham. Celtic reportedly have put a 15m to 17m Euro price tag on the player. (La Provence)

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Oran Kearney will stay St Mirren boss. The Northern Irishman has found it "difficult" managing in Scotland while his family remained in his homeland. (Scottish Sun)
Henrik Larsson could return to Celtic. Neil Lennon is considering the legend to be part of his coaching staff.
Hamilton owner Ronnie MacDonald believes Kilmarnock striker Eamonn Brophy will move this summer with teams interested. If he does Accies will receive money as part of a sell-on clause. (Scottish Sun)
Rangers have opened talks with Joe Aribo. The Charlton midfielder is wanted by Celtic amongst other clubs. (Daily Record)
Celtic have NOT made an official offer to Motherwell for David Turnbull. The club have rejected a 2m bid from Barnsley. (Scottish Sun)
Hearts sold 1,000 season tickets in five days this week, taking the total figure to 11,500. Seats went on general sale on Monday after the renewal period ended and supporters have responded in numbers. (Evening News)
Steve Clarke is aiming to bring fans back to watch the Scotland national team. However the ex-Killie manager knows that will require winning matches with less than 30,00 expected at Hampden for the match v Cyprus. (The Scotsman)
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright has targeted Wallace Duffy to bolster his defence. The Celtic youngster is out of contract this summer. (Courier)