Scottish gossip: Tom Rogic, Hibs, Kilmarnock, Celtic, Rangers, Aberdeen

Scottish gossip


Tom Rogic is a £9m target for Russian side Zenit St Petersburg but Celtic want £15m for the Australian playmaker. (Sun)external-link

Hibernian could be set for a multi-million pound cash investment from an Edinburgh-born business tycoon. (Sun)external-link

Kilmarnock are eyeing a move for experienced defender David Wheater, who is a free agent after his Bolton contract expired last weekend. (Daily Record)external-link

"We have the staying power to keep improving season after season," says Celtic captain Scott Brown, who insists the champions are focused on making it nine titles in a row. (Daily Record)external-link

Former Chelsea captain John Terry backs his old England team-mate Steven Gerrard to deliver silverware success for Rangers. (Herald)external-link

Manager Steven Gerrard is ready to trim his Rangers squad following their pre-season training camp in a bid to raise the quality. (Daily Record)external-link

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is confident Craig Bryson, Niall McGinn and Connor MacLennan will be fit for the Europa League opener a week on Thursday. (Daily Express, print edition)

Landing James Wilson would be a major coup for Aberdeen, says legendary former captain Willie Miller, as the Dons wait to hear if the released Manchester United striker will accept their offer. (Sun)external-link

Midfielder Tony Andreu, who spent the second half of last season on loan at former club Hamilton, has joined St Mirren at their Spanish training camp. (Sun)external-link

St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright will give game time to four trialists on the club's pre-season trip to Northern Ireland. (Daily Record, print edition)

Manager Craig Levein will consider signing a new midfielder if Hearts lose both Arnaud Djoum and Olly Lee this summer. (Edinburgh Evening News)external-link

Kenny Miller claims former team-mate Lee Wallace was frozen out at Rangers last season because he had won his appeal against the disciplinary action the club took against him. (Herald)external-link

Celtic midfielder Ryan Christie says he is ready to prove himself all over again to manager Neil Lennon. (Sun)external-link

Inverness Caley Thistle forward Jordan White is determined to rise to the challenge of increased competition from summer arrivals James Keatings, Nikolay Todorov and Mitch Curry. (Press & Journal)external-link

Scotland midfielder John McGinn is a "top talent" who will take the Premier League by storm, says Aston Villa assistant manager John Terry. (Times, print edition)

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