Mikael Lustig insists his potential departure from Celtic should have been handled better as he dropped the biggest hint yet that he is set to leave. His decision is set to be decided soon. (The Scotsman)
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Dom Ball won't be rejoining Aberdeen. The out of contract midfielder has rejected a deal from the Dons. (Scottish Sun)
Peterborough United have not had a bid accepted for Rangers target George Edmundson. The club's owner has denied any deals going on. (Scottish Sun)
Rangers have entered talks with the representatives of Josh Magennis. The Northern Ireland forward is expected to leave Bolton this summer. (Belfast Telegraph)
Livingston have signed defender Cc Franck Pepe. The Marseille youth product signs a two-year deal.
Liam Moore won't be joining Celtic. The centre-back has been linked with a move to Parkhead but the Scottish Champions are not interested in the Reading player. (Daily Record)
Andy Halliday messaged Rangers to demand they announce the signing of Ryan Kent. The midfielder responded to a post on the club's Instagram. (Scottish Sun)
Celtic believe they have a 'diamond' in Marian Shved. It is expected that the Ukrainian will net the club a sizeable sum in future. (Football Insider)
Rangers have no interest in selling Glen Kamara to Premier League side Brighton. The club reckon he will be worth 10million next season. (Football Insider)
Kieran Tierney and Callum McGregor are wanted by former boss Brendan Rodgers. The Leicester City manager is keen on bolstering his side for the Premier League. (Daily Record)
Joe Shaughnessy has revealed he won't re-join Aberdeen. The player, who has taken a break from football to get a degree, couldn't agree terms.
Ex-Celtic striker Craig Beattie fears Oliver Burke will "turn into a Balotelli". (The Herald)
Players will run out the Main Stand at Tynecastle Park next season. The club are close to finishing the dressing rooms in the 18m upgrade to the stand, (Evening News)
Jake Hastie and Glenn Middleton will be allowed to leave on loan next season. Rangers boss Steven Gerrard wants the pair to gain experience. (Scottish Sun)