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Glenn Middleton is set to join Doncaster Rovers on loan. The Rangers winger is being allowed to leave to get game time by Steven Gerrard. (Daily Record)

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Hibs have been named as one of three clubs interested in Liverpool midfielder Herbie Kane. The 20-year-old, who spent last season on loan at Doncaster, scored seven goals and provided ten assists. (Goal)
Celtic lead the race for Bolton defender Luca Connell. If he leaves for Parkhead it will cost the club 240,000 in training fees. (Daily Mail)
Jonny Hayes destroyed a Rangers fan who commented on a post by Mikael Lustig. The winger noted all the trophies won by the Swede compared to Rangers in recent seasons. (Scottish Sun)
Glenn Middleton has set his sights on a return to England. The Rangers winger will be allowed to leave on loan and he would prefer a move south of the border. (Football Insider)
Motherwell are waiting on Chris Cadden to decide his future. The 22-year-old is out of contract but has been offered a long-term deal by the Steelmen. However, he is considering his options. (Scottish Sun)
Hearts have reignited interest in striker Lawrence Shankland. The Ayr hitman is also interesting Sunderland. (Scottish Sun)
Rangers target Tomas Kalas has teased over his future. The Czech defender posted a message saying "who knows" where he will go next.
Aberdeen have left a deal for Dom Ball on the table. The midfielder/defender rejected the club's contract offer as he wants to stay in England. (Press & Journal)
Malaury Martin has been training at Monacos La Turbie complex to maintain fitness after leaving Hearts. The 30-year-old midfielder has admitted he is open to playing in Scotland again. (Evening News)