Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Dundee Utd, St Mirren, Rangers, Hearts, Aberdeen, Hibs

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Croatia full-back Josip Juranovic is expected to leave Celtic this summer, with Premier League sides among the clubs keen on the 26-year-old. (Fabrizio Romano)external-link

However, according to reports in his homeland, Juranovic - who Celtic value at £15m - has no interest in moving on this summer as he doesn't want to jeopardise his place in the national team ahead of the World Cup. (Daily Record)external-link

Celtic have verbally agreed to sign left-back Alexandro Bernabei from Argentine club Lanus. (Daily Record)external-link

Celtic hope to sign Bernabei and Vitoria Guimaraes midfielder Alfa Semedo as well as formalise a permanent move for winger Jota before pre-season begins next week. (Scotsman - subscription required)external-link

New Dundee United boss Jack Ross is "destined for bigger things" and will one day manage Scotland, says former St Mirren chief executive Tony Fitzpatrick who worked closely with the 46-year-old in Paisley. (Sun)external-link

Rangers could be blown out of the water in their attempts to sign Ivan Lepinjica, with Wolves now working on a deal to sign the 22-year-old Rijeka midfielder. (Football Insider) external-link

Greek media report Rangers have made an approach to PAOK striker Antonio Colak. (Daily Express)external-link

Rangers could yet sign Colak after PAOK turned down the Ibrox side's initial proposal, with the Greek club keen to move the player on. (Daily Record)external-link

Hearts will be getting a "fantastic footballer" in Peterborough's Jorge Grant, says the English outfit's sporting director Barry Fry, after the clubs agreed a fee for the 27-year-old midfielder. (Daily Record)external-link

New Aberdeen signing Jayden Richardson says former Pittodrie defenders Scott McKenna and Max Lowe, who were team-mates of his at Nottingham Forest, convinced him to join the Scottish Premiership club. (Press & Journal, subscription required)external-link

Aberdeen face a fight to land strike target Tobias Lauritsen as Dutch club Sparta Rotterdam have tabled a £600,000 bid for the Odds BK forward. (Football Scotland)external-link

Hibernian 20-year-old full-back Josh Doig - who is attracting interest from across Europe - is the equal of Aberdeen club record sale Calvin Ramsay and shouldn't be sold for less than £3m this summer, says former Easer Road striker Tam McManus. (Daily Record)external-link

Goalkeeper Matt Macey is close to leaving Hibs and joining Luton Town, while the Easter Road club continue negotiations with winger Aiden McGeady about a potential move. (Daily Record)external-link

Former Rangers assistant Michael Beale, who has replaced Mark Warburton as QPR boss, admits he must prove himself as a manager before he could be considered for an emotional return to Ibrox. (Glasgow Times)external-link

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