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- Celtic close to signing Costa Rica's Cristian Gamboa
- Oliver Burke becomes Scotland's most expensive player
- Robert Snodgrass and Leigh Griffiths fitness doubts for Scotland
- Brad McKay leaves St Johnstone
Former Inverness CT manager John Hughes joins Kenny Macintyre and Richard Wilson in the studio from 18:30 BST.
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Dundee United have signed Dutch defenders William Edjenguele and Frank van der Struijk on one-year contracts, subject to clearance.
Both could feature in Saturday's Challenge Cup tie against Peterhead.
"We've got to believe or we're as well not turning up," says James McFadden ahead of Scotland's World Cup qualifying opener against Malta on Sunday.Copyright: SNS
BBC Sport Scotland
"St Johnstone defender Brad McKay has left the club. Inverness Caledonian Thistle are known to be keen on signing the former Hearts centre-half.
"And, still in the Highlands, Ross County are believed to be keen on signing Hearts midfielder Prince Buaben, who still has a year to run on his contract.
"Also at Tynecastle, Juanma and Juwon Oshaniwa are available and there is interest in both of these players.
"St Mirren have turned down a bid believed to be in the region of £100,000 from Dundee for midfielder Stevie Mallan.
"Dundee are still showing an interest in Tom Hateley. There's also interest in the former Motherwell defender from Hibernian and Partick Thistle."
My colleague Clive Lindsay has been looking at how the members of the Scotland squad fared at the weekend. Should the following give us cause for concern ahead of the Malta match?
Craig Gordon (Celtic), dropped
David Marshall (Cardiff City), left out pending transfer to Hull
Jack Hamilton (Hearts), played.
Grant Hanley (Newcastle United), unused on bench
Alan Hutton (Aston Villa), unused on bench
Russell Martin (Norwich City), unused on bench
Christophe Berra (Ipswich Town), Gordon Greer (Blackburn Rovers), Callum Paterson (Hearts), Andrew Robertson (Hull City), Kieran Tierney (Celtic), all played.
Ikechi Anya (Watford), not in squad
James Morrison (West Bromwich Albion), not in squad
Robert Snodgrass (Hull City), came off injured after 48 minutes
James McArthur (Crystal Palace), came off after 66 minutes
Oliver Burke (Red Bull Leipzig), scored for Nottingham Forest prior to transfer
James Forrest (Celtic), scored
Barry Bannan (Sheffield Wednesday), Kevin McDonald (Fulham), John McGinn (Hibernian), Barrie McKay (Rangers), Matt Ritchie (Newcastle United), Darren Fletcher (West Bromwich Albion) all started for their clubs.
Steven Fletcher (Sheffield Wednesday), came off after 66 minutes
Steven Naismith (Norwich City), came off after 64 minutes
Chris Martin (Derby County), came off after 56 minutes
Leigh Griffiths (Celtic), scored, aggravated injury
We'd love to hear your thoughts on Oliver Burke's big-money move to Germany from Nottingham Forest and on the forthcoming World Cup qualifier between Scotland and Malta.
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Nottingham Forest's double European Cup winner John McGovern on Oliver Burke: "It's a massive step.
"He's got masses of potential. He has to be consistent and he has to get better at one or two of the things that he's not so good at.
"He's an impact player with fantastic pace. I think he might even give Usain Bolt a run for his money.
"You need to be able to have an end product to that pace and he's been scoring one or two goals for the first team.
"It is an awful lot of money and it will be well spent if he realises his potential. He's got a good chance of becoming a very, very good player."
BBC Sport Scotland
"Celtic are close to signing the West Brom right back Cristian Gamboa. BBC Scotland understands the 26-year-old Costa Rican is having a medical in Glasgow today after both clubs agreed a fee."
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"Celtic will win this season's Scottish Premiership by a distance. Celtic are far from the finished article but there's a vast improvement in the quality of their football and anyone expecting a nail-biting finale to the top-flight season will be disappointed."Copyright: SNS
Motherwell assistant manager James McFadden on Oliver Burke's move to RB Leipzig for £13m: "He'll come into the (Scotland) camp full of confidence.
"(Well boss and Scotland assistant manager) Mark McGhee is a massive fan of him and I don't think he'll be surprised that he's gone for the amount of money he has. "He said he feels he can go all the way to the top. Comparisons have been made with Gareth Bale and according to Mark he's not surprised and won't be surprised if he goes the same way that he did. "He'll learn a new culture and develop in a good way, hopefully, for Scotland. "Going over to a different country and learning a new way of playing the game will be great for his development. "He's got a great physique and he looks as though he's got all the attributes to become a real top player. The fact that he's made the move at such a young age will tell you all you need to know about him."
Queen of the South striker Derek Lyle says he still hopes to score more goals after hitting a historic landmark at the weekend.
His strike was the only goal of the game at Dunfermline and also his 100th for the Dumfries club.
"I would have preferred to have got it in front of the home crowd," he said.
"Every game I was trying to get over the line and now it is done it is great for everybody involved.
"But I want to kick on and next week I want 101."
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Scotland goalkeeper David Marshall's time at Cardiff City looks to be over. The 31-year-old, who has made more than 280 appearances for them since arriving from Norwich City in 2009, is having a medical ahead of a move to Hull.
He has agreed terms on a move which could be worth up to £5m, depending on add-on fees.
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