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Celtic have moved closer to signing Partick Thistle full-back Aaron Taylor-Sinclair in a £75,000 January deal.

Partick Thistle full-back Aaron Taylor-Sinclair
Taylor-Sinclair's Thistle contract ends in the summer

And the Scottish champions' market value has risen to over £95m - almost £70m more than Rangers.

Full story: The Sun

Meanwhile, Celtic manager Neil Lennon has called for better dialogue with referees but feels officials cannot surrender their right to silence when it suits them.

Full story: Daily Mailexternal-link

Scottish FA performance director Mark Wotte believes Dundee United starlet Ryan Gauld does not need to leave Scotland to develop his career in the short term and feels the 17-year-old should take his time before hopefully winning a move to one of the world's leading clubs.

Full story: Daily Mailexternal-link

Scott Murdoch, who is seeking election to the board of Rangers, insists he will not work with current Ibrox finance director Brian Stockbridge.

Full story: Daily Record

Celtic will take Japanese player Hiroki Yamada on trial with the midfielder currently with Jubilo Iwata.

Full story: Daily Record

And Celtic could land £12,000 a day from next year's World Cup finals due to some of their players' participation in the event.

Full story: Daily Expressexternal-link

St Mirren hope to have their Dome training facility fixed within days after storm damage.

Full story: The Sun

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