Tuesday's Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Turnbull, Rangers, Ojo, Kent, Aberdeen, Mackay-Steven

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Rangers manager Steven Gerrard, 39, has rejected an approach from Derby County as the Championship club make contingency plans for the anticipated departure of Frank Lampard to Chelsea. (Times - subscription required)

Lana Clelland believes Scotland have "goals that can come from all over the pitch" as they seek to beat Argentina on Wednesday and reach the last 16 of the Women's World Cup. (Edinburgh Evening News)

Celtic target David Turnbull, 19, is finally expected to join the club from Motherwell after days of impasse over personal terms. (Sun)

Liverpool winger Sheyi Ojo's proposed season-long loan move to Rangers is close to completion. (Evening Standard)

The capture of Ojo, 21, will have no impact on Rangers' attempts to bring Liverpool winger Ryan Kent, 22, back to Ibrox for another loan spell. (Herald - subscription required)

And Rangers are still working on deals to sign Charlton midfielder Joe Aribo, 22, and Oldham defender George Edmundson, 21. (Record)

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard wants three deals done before the club go to Portugal this weekend for a pre-season camp. (Express)

Peterborough have pulled out of a move to sign Rangers target Edmundson from Oldham. (Record)

Kane Hemmings believes former Dundee team-mate Greg Stewart, 29, is exactly the player Rangers have been missing, with the forward having joined the Ibrox club on a two-year deal. (Sun)

Portsmouth are expected to sign Scotland winger Gary Mackay-Steven, who is soon to be out of contract after two seasons at Aberdeen. (Scotsman)

Mackay-Steven, 28, will join Pompey after failing to agree a new deal with the Dons. (Times - subscription required)

New York City have cooled their interest in Mackay-Steven. (Evening Express)

Defender Scott McKenna insists Aberdeen should be targeting the group stage of the Europa League. (Record)

Hearts are interested in Leeds' Dutch winger Jay-Roy Grot, 21. (Scotsman)

Motherwell are unsure whether Chris Cadden, 22, will join Oxford United after the English League One club enquired about the compensation fee required to sign the midfielder. (Herald - subscription required)

Dundee have signed former Hearts and Falkirk defender Jordan McGhee, 22, on a two-year deal. (Courier)

Inverness CT winger Aaron Doran says winning the Scottish Championship will be the Highlanders' "main objective" in the coming season. (Press and Journal)

But Inverness have missed out on 22-year-old winger Aidan Nesbitt, who has signed for league rivals Greenock Morton on a one-year deal. (Greenock Telegraph)

Scotland Under-19 midfielder Charlie Gilmour is set to join Norwich City after leaving Arsenal. (Record)

New Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Liam Kelly, 23, wants to become first choice for Scotland. (Sun)

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