Scottish Gossip: Rangers, Hearts, Celtic, Scotland, St Mirren, Aberdeen, Dundee Utd, Kilmarnock, Ross County


Rangers midfielder Joe Aribo, who is entering the final year of his contract and has been linked with a move away, insists he is "really happy" at Ibrox and "not thinking about leaving". (Scotsman)external-link

Hearts have agreed a deal to sign Australia defender Kye Rowles from Central Coast Mariners on a long-term contract. (Edinburgh Evening News)external-link

Celtic have been given an injury scare with defender Carl Starfelt taken off on a stretcher after damaging his hamstring in the first half of Sweden's Nations League win over Slovenia on Thursday night. (Sun)external-link

Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou says he thrives on the "insecurity" of football as he dismissed any notion his one-year rolling contract with the Scottish champions is a problem. (Glasgow Times)external-link

Scotland Under-21 coach Scot Gemmill has called on clubs to give more opportunities to young players as the country deals with another World Cup qualification failure. (Times)external-link

Israel international midfielder Mohammad Abu Fani, who would cost around £800,000 from Maccabi Haifa, has emerged as a potential Celtic signing target (Daily Record)external-link

St Mirren have set an asking price of £350,00 for Charles Dunne as Aberdeen continue to pursue the defender. (Sun)external-link

The timing of Scotland's World play-off defeat to Ukraine, which came at the end of a long, gruelling season, is no excuse for the below-par performance from Steve Clarke's men, says defender Grant Hanley. (Glasgow Times)external-link

Manchester United have extended Dylan Levitt's contract until next summer following the midfielder's impressive loan spell last season at Dundee United, who have held initial talks about bringing the 21-year-old back to Tannadice. (Courier)external-link

Kilmarnock are eyeing a move for freed Celtic midfielder Kerr McInroy ahead of their return to the Premiership next season. (Daily Record)external-link

Ross County are on course to sell a record number of season tickets having already surpassed last term's total, says chairman Roy MacGregor. (Press & Journal)external-link


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