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English Premier League outfit West Bromwich Albion and promoted Newcastle United are keen on 26-year-old Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths, who scored two stunning free-kicks for Scotland in Saturday's 2-2 draw with England at Hampden.(Daily Record)

Celtic striker Moussa Dembele, the 20-year-old who is being tracked by AC Milan, Marseille, PSG, Sevilla, Borussia Dortmund and several English clubs, has left fans guessing after teasing a "big move" announcement on Instagram. (Scottish Sun)

Sheffield United, who have been promoted to the Championship in England, will today launch a second round of talks with Celtic in a bid to sign 26-year-old winger Gary Mackay-Steven. (Daily Record, print edition)

Hibernian striker Jason Cummings is poised to join Nottingham Forest after a seven-figure transfer fee was agreed with the English Championship club - and the 21-year-old will undergo a medical this week. (Edinburgh Evening News)

HJK Helsinki striker Alfredo Morelos will fly into Edinburgh on Tuesday to have a medical ahead of a £1m transfer to Rangers, with the 20-year-old Colombian then requiring a work permit to seal the deal.(Daily Express)

Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha is hoping to push through a £1.3m deal for 30-year-old Norwich City midfielder Graham Dorrans in the next 48 hours. (Daily Record)

Hibernian striker Jason Cummings
Hibernian striker Jason Cummings is reportedly on his way to Nottingham Forest

Ross County forward Liam Boyce, the 26-year-old who has been on Northern Ireland duty, is a target for English Championship club Burton Albion.(Press and Journal)

Dundee are in talks with Martin Woods after the 31-year-old midfielder left Ross County at the end of his contract. (Daily Record)

Hearts midfielder Arnaud Djoum, 28, speaking ahead of playing for Cameroon at the Confederations Cup, says he wants a move to one of Europe's five major leagues following the conclusion of the tournament.(The Scotsman)

Kilmarnock manager Lee McCulloch is to make talent scout Steve Marsella, who has worked with Hibernian and Inverness Caledonian Thistle but just left English National League outfit Halifax Town, his first signing. (Daily Express, print edition)

Goalkeeper Freddie Woodman, the 20-year-old who saved a penalty to help England win the Under-20s World Cup on Sunday, admits his future at Newcastle United is in doubt after a season on loan to Kilmarnock.(Daily Telegraph)

Newcastle United manager Rafa Benitez has congratulated Freddie Woodman, the goalkeeper who spent the season on loan to Kilmarnock, for his part in England winning the Under-20 World Cup and told him to be ready for pre-season. (Chronicle Live)

West Bromwich Albion midfielder James Morrison is facing weeks on the sidelines after playing almost the whole first half of Scotland's 2-2 draw with England on Saturday with medial ligament damage.(Daily Record)

Alfredo Morelos in action for Colombia
Colombia's Alfredo Morelos is being linked with a move from Helsinki to Rangers

Celtic midfielder Stuart Armstrong has admitted he took the wrong decision when he lost the ball in the lead up to England's stoppage-time equaliser in Saturday's World Cup qualifier at against Scotland Hampden. (The National)

Scotland head coach Gordon Strachan has said he would not still be in charge if he did not believe his side could still qualify for the 2018 World Cup finals in Russia.(The Herald)

England goalkeeper Joe Hart has hit back at criticism of his part in Leigh Griffiths' free-kick double for Scotland at Hampden, insisting that even the presence of "five Peter Crouches" in his defensive wall could not have kept them out. (The Scotsman)

Harry Kane has credited his late equaliser for England at Hampden to manager Gareth Southgate's deployment of his squad on a Royal Marines Commando training camp in Devon in the build-up to their World Cup qualifier against Scotland.(The Scotsman)


Judy Murray says that sending son Jamie for tennis training in England too young, as a 12-year-old, may have ruined the doubles specialists' chances of becoming a top singles player. (The Scotsman)