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  1. 'Rangers step up Colak interest'published at 09:32

    Rangers target Antonio Colak has travelled out to PAOK's pre-season camp - with the Greek club adamant that the 28-year-old forward will not be sold for anything less than £2.6m - as dialogue continues between the various interested parties. (Scottish Daily Express), external

    Rangers are stepping up talks to secure £2.5 million-rated PAOK striker Antonio Colak, but negotiations are proving complex despite the 28-year-old Croatia international being attracted by the Glasgow club's interest. (Scottish Sun), external

    Alfredo Morelos sees a move from Rangers to Sevilla as a "a very good option" this summer, according to the Estadio Deportivo outlet, quoting a member of the 26-year-old Colombia striker's "inner circle". (Daily Record), external

    Dutch striker Thijs Dallinga, the 21-year-old who has been linked with Rangers after scoring 36 goals in his country's second tier last season with Excelsior Rotterdam, looks set to join newly promoted Ligue 1 club Toulouse in a £2m transfer. (Scottish Daily Express), external

    Aston Villa are not considering a move for Joe Aribo despite fellow attacking midfielder Morgan Sanson's pending transfer to Galatasaray appearing to clear the way for a move for Rangers' 25-year-old Nigeria international. (Express & Star), external

    Juventus are prepared to pay Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey £3.45m to get him off their books, allowing the 31-year-old to become a free agent after his disappointing loan spell with Rangers. (IBianconero.com), external

    Rangers and Celtic have made opening bids for Motherwell midfielder Bailey Rice, who turns 16 later this year, but they also face English Premier League competition for his signature. (Scottish Daily Express), external

    Read Tuesday's Scottish Gossip in full here.

    Antonio ColakImage source, BBC Sport
  2. 'Stewart to be offered raise amid Rangers interest'published at 09:17 27 June

    Sunderland are ready to offer Ross Stewart more money, despite the 25-year-old Scotland striker earning an automatic rise after helping them win promotion to the English Championship, in a bid to fend off interest from Rangers and a litany of other English clubs. (Daily Record), external

    Rijeka midfielder Ivan Lepinjica has refused to rule out a move to Rangers despite the 22-year-old defensive midfielder eyeing a move to one of Europe's top leagues and with Tottenham Hotspur and Wolverhampton Wanderers among Premier League clubs interested in him. (Scottish Daily Express), external

    Derby County captain Tom Lawrence is not on Rangers manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst's wish list despite a report in the Daily Mail suggesting the Ibrox club are interested in the 28-year-old forward along with Sheffield United, Watford and West Bromwich Albion. (Daily Record), external

    Aaron Ramsey's future after his disappointing loan spell with Rangers is no clearer after a move from Juventus to Fatih Karagumruk in Turkey fell through despite interest in the 31-year-old midfielder from former head coach Andrea Pirlo. (Scottish Sun), external

    Read Monday's Scottish Gossip in full here.

    Sunderland striker Ross StewartImage source, SNS
  3. Five weeks to go...published at 21:44 26 June

    Opening day fixturesImage source, BBC Sport

    Just a gentle reminder of where your side is going on the opening day of the 2022-23 Premiership.

    Last season almost felt never-ending with the international schedule at the start of June, and we were all due a break by the end of it.

    But with five weeks to go, excitement is bubbling away already for the start of next term.

    By the end of next month we'll be bursting and ready to go.

  4. Rangers must sell to provide funds - Raepublished at 20:58 26 June

    Rangers should sell one of their top assets to provide manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst with funds to revamp his squad, believes ex-Ibrox midfielder Alex Rae.

    Key trio Joe Aribo, Alfredo Morelos and Ryan Kent are all entering the final 12 months of their contracts and Rae suggests his former side should perhaps "cash in" on at least one their star players.

    "The club finds itself at a crossroads in relation to these players’ contracts," Rae told the Daily Record, external. "They have three of good value going into their last year and if they’re not going to re-sign, you might want to cash in.

    "That would allow them to re-invest. It would be the first time in a few years that Rangers could look at a different type of player, as opposed to free transfers.

    "The Ibrox board can’t keep picking up the tab. With Nathan Patterson’s sale and the European run, Rangers will be in a good place financially so the question is: how many will they let go?"

    Joe Aribo and Alfredo MorelosImage source, SNS
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    Reports have linked Aribo (left) & Morelos (right) with summer moves away from Ibrox

  5. Lepinjica won't rule out Rangers move - gossippublished at 10:54 26 June

    Rijeka midfielder Ivan Lepinjica has refused to rule out a move to Rangers this summer, with Wolves also interested in the 22-year-old Croat. (Daily Record), external

    Rangers are pondering whether to make a second bid for Antonio Colak after having an initial offer rejected by PAOK for the £2m-rated striker. (Football Scotland), external

    Read all of Sunday's Scottish Gossip here.

    gossipImage source, BBC Sport
  6. Rangers & SPFL row 'not good for game' - Maxwellpublished at 17:57 25 June

    Rangers' sponsorship row with the SPFL is "not good for the game" and needs to be "resolved as quickly as possible", says Scottish FA chief executive Ian Maxwell.

    The Ibrox club have been excused from promoting league sponsors cinch after a lengthy dispute led to a revised agreement.

    Park's of Hamilton - a Rangers commercial partner and owned by chairman Douglas Park - have since called for a Scottish FA inquiry into the row.

     "It's not good for the game - there's no doubt about that so there is an impact," Maxwell told BBC Scotland Sportsound.

    “We need to wait and see what happens, it’s not something for us to get involved in.

    "They need to sort it out between themselves and hopefully they do that."

  7. Forest head queue for Aribo - gossippublished at 09:43 25 June

    Nottingham Forest are leading the pursuit of Rangers' Joe Aribo and are ready to spend big to see off interest in the midfielder from Premier League rivals Fulham, Crystal Palace and Aston Villa. (Sun), external

    Former Rangers assistant Michael Beale says the time may be right to sell Calvin Bassey this summer, with the Ibrox club pricing the left-back at £25m amid rumoured interest from the Premier League and Bundesliga. (Daily Record), external

    AriboImage source, SNS
  8. Hastie leaves Rangers for Hartlepoolpublished at 20:54 24 June

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  9. Brighton linked with Rangers' Kamarapublished at 08:41 24 June

    Brighton are targeting Rangers' Glen Kamara as they seek midfield reinforcements having sold Yves Bissouma to Tottenham. (90min), external

    PAOK have set an asking price of £2m for Antonio Colak as Rangers weigh up a move for the 28-year-old striker. (Sun), external

    Millwall striker Zak Lovelace, 16, has chosen to join Rangers despite Premier League interest and will join up with Giovanni van Bronckhorst's squad in the coming weeks. (Sky Sports), external

    Although Sevilla have yet to bid for Alfredo Morelos, the Spanish side lead the chase for the Rangers striker and discussions are expected, while the Ibrox side club also braced for offers for Joe Aribo amid interest from the Premier League. (Glasgow Times), external

    Premiership clubs are poised for crisis talks over Rangers' continuing sponsorship row with the SPFL amid fears that the Ibrox club - who are no longer required to participate in the agreement with car dealer cinch - may be exempt from promoting any other commercial deals secured by the league. (Daily Record), external

    gossipImage source, BBC Sport
  10. Kilmarnock sign Rangers defender Mayo on loanpublished at 15:27 23 June

    Scotland Under-21 defender Lewis Mayo has joined Kilmarnock on a season-long loan from Rangers.

    The 22-year-old spent the last two campaigns in the Scottish Championship with Dunfermline Athletic and then Partick Thistle, making a total of 61 appearances.

    He has been backed to handle the step up to the top flight by Rugby Park boss Derek McInnes, who said: "We look forward to working closely with him to develop him and I’m sure he’ll help us in the challenges ahead.”

    MayoImage source, SNS
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    Lewis Mayo will spend the new season on loan at Rugby Park

  11. Busy pre-season schedule awaits Rangerspublished at 13:07 23 June

    Will Rangers have added new signings by the time they fly out to the Algarve next month for a training camp?

    Giovanni van Bronckhorst's Scottish Cup winners have a closed-door friendly at Partick Thistle on 2 July before departing to Portugal where they play Sunderland on 9 July.

    Once back in the UK, Rangers have three further matches with English sides.

    The Scottish Premiership runners-up visit Blackpool on 16 July and host David Moyes' West Ham United on 19 July before Tottenham Hotspur visit Ibrox four days later.

    After starting their league campaign on 30 July away to Livingston, Rangers will play the first leg of their Champions League third qualifying round on 2 or 3 August.

  12. Sevilla 'offer £8m' for Morelospublished at 08:53 23 June

    Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos, whose contract has a year remaining, is subject of an £8m offer from Sevilla according to reports in Spain. (Sun), external

    Rangers are being heavily linked with a move for Ivan Lepinjica, having twice been in the market before for the Croat, but they face competition from Grasshoppers Zurich for the 24-year-old Rijeka midfielder. (Scottish Daily Express), external

    New Hartlepool boss Paul Hartley is set to sign frozen-out Rangers winger Jake Hastie on a permanent deal. (Football Scotland), external

    morelosImage source, SNS
  13. 'Rangers can't afford to lose Morelos for free' - Negripublished at 15:20 22 June

    Alfredo MorelosImage source, SNS
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    Alfredo Morelos is in the final 12 months of his Rangers contract

    Ex-Rangers striker Marco Negri believes current Ibrox forward Alfredo Morelos must "realise what is best for his development" when considering his future.

    The Colombia international is in the final year of his Rangers contract - but if the 26-year-old doesn't extend terms at Ibrox, Negri feels the club should cash in on their talismanic striker.

    "The club cannot afford to lose a big player like Morelos on a free transfer," Negri told the Daily Record, external. "Sometimes players can think other clubs are better.

    "But if you are settled in a city, loved by millions of fans, get on with your team-mates and play for one of the most successful clubs in the world, I don’t think a striker can want more.

    “I really hope Morelos will stay and deliver more goals and trophies for Rangers."

  14. Rangers 'have bid rejected' for PAOK strikerpublished at 09:07 22 June

    Rangers have had an offer rejected for PAOK forward Antonio Colak, according to Greek sports journalist Giannis Chorianopoulos. (Sun), external

    Scottish FA chief executive Ian Maxwell has dismissed Rangers' request for an investigation into the Ibrox club's sponsorship dispute with the SPFL. (Daily Record), external

    Goalkeeper Robby McCrorie, 24, won't extend his Rangers contract, which has a year left to run, and is set to leave this summer in search of first-team football. (Glasgow Times), external

    Following his loan spell at Rangers, out-of-favour Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey is a signing target for former Turin team-mate Andrea Pirlo, who is now in charge of Turkish side Fatih Karagumruk. (Scottish Daily Express), external

    KolakImage source, SNS
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    Antonio Colak spent part of last season on loan at Malmo and scored a double at Ibrox to knock Rangers out of Champions League qualifying

  15. McGregor saves best for Europepublished at 12:05 21 June

    Allan McGregor's new 12-month deal at Rangers has ended weeks of uncertainty over whether the 40-year-old goalkeeper was ready to hang up his gloves.

    Will he still be first choice or is Jon McLaughlin now the man to dislodge?

    Whatever transpires in the coming months, McGregor's status as an Ibrox legend is assured. Since his return to Ibrox in 2018, his inspiring form has been integral to the club's domestic and European success.

    In 2020-21, he was part of a title-winning backline that conceded a record-breaking 13 goals throughout the 38-game Scottish Premiership season.

    However, domestic form took a dip last term. On average, McGregor conceded every 243 minutes in the league the previous campaign - that was slashed down to 104 in the recently-ended season.

    The former Hull City goalie's save percentage also dropped - from 85% to 66% - with 10 Premiership keepers boasting a better record.

    The veteran has reserved his top form for Europe, though, proving he is still more than capable at the top level.

    McGregor's Europa League save percentage almost doubled last season - from 40% to 73% - while his minutes-per-goal-concession average rose from 54 to 88 as Rangers reached the final where they suffered a heartbreaking loss to Eintracht Frankfurt.

    Considering nine of McGregor's 15 European games were in the knockout stage against high-calibre opposition, those are very encouraging numbers for a keeper of any age.

    Allan McGregorImage source, SNS
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    Allan McGregor was a key part of Rangers' run to the Europa League final

  16. Beale must prove himself for Ibrox return - gossippublished at 09:56 21 June

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    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

    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

  17. Rangers confirm Blackpool & West Ham friendliespublished at 09:43 21 June

    Rangers have announced extra pre-season friendlies as they look to ramp up preparations for the new campaign.

    Following a Portugal-based training camp, where they will take on Sunderland, Giovanni van Bronckhorst's side will face fellow English Championship outfit Blackpool at Bloomfield Road.

    The Ibrox club will then return to Govan, where they will entertain Premier League heavyweights West Ham and Tottenham Hotspur on home ground.

    Rangers' pre-season fixtures:

    • Sunderland (N) - 9 July

    • Blackpool (A) - 16 July 

    • West Ham (H) - 19 July 

    • Tottenham Hotspur (H) - 23 July 

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  18. Adam 'had discussions' about Rangers returnpublished at 16:53 20 June

    Ex-Rangers midfielder Charlie Adam says he almost re-signed for the club under former Liverpool team-mate Steven Gerrard.

    Speaking to BBC Sport Scotland's chief sports writer Tom English on This Sporting Life, the Scotland cap revealed discussions took place but "unfortunately it never happened".

    "I had one or two discussions with Steven [Gerrard] to come back when he first joined," Adam says. "I met him to talk about it when Mark Allen was director of football.

    "I was still at Stoke at the time, I was up for it. There were discussions but it never materialised."

    Listen to Adam's full This Sporting Life podcast here.

    Adam (left) and Gerrard (right) played together at Liverpool Image source, Getty Images
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    Adam (left) and Gerrard (right) played together at Liverpool

  19. Talks 'progressing' between McGregor & Rangerspublished at 12:26 20 June

    One big talking point at the end of Rangers' gruelling campaign was the future of goalkeeper Allan McGregor.

    After the veteran stopper's emotional cameo in the Scottish Cup triumph over Hearts in May, it looked like the 40-year-old's Ibrox career was over.

    But reports suggest McGregor appears likely to stay on at Rangers for at least another season, with Joshua Barrie of the Rangers Review stating that talks "are progressing".

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