Celtic are keen on Motherwell midfielder David Turnbull, Olivier Ntcham could be set to return to France and could Liverpool be heading to Murrayfield this summer?

Celtic keen on Motherwell ace Turnbull

Celtic are set to make a £1.2million swoop for Motherwell midfield starlet David Turnbull but face competition from Brighton for the 19-year-old. The 19-year-old bagged 16 goals in 34 games winning the young Scottish player of the year award.(Daily Mail)

OM in the hunt for Ntcham

Marseille are interested in bringing Celtic midfielder Olivier Ntcham back to his homeland this summer with the Celtic midfielder high on the list for new boss Andre Villas-Boas. With three years remaining on his deal at Celtic, the Hoops could command a high price for the young talent. (Daily Record)

Liverpool in talks to to use Murrayfield for pre-season game

Liverpool are in talks with the Scottish Rugby Union about hiring Murrayfield for a pre-season friendly against Napoli this summer. The English Premier League side are seeking alternative accommodation for their glamour ‘home’ friendly against Serie A runners-up Napoli as the Anfield pitch will be relaid at the start of July (Various)

Kilmarnock step up hunt to replace Steve Clarke

Kilmarnock have stepped up in their hunt for a new manager with the club thought to have produced a 6-man shortlist. The Rugby Park club had over 60 applications for the job, according to stv, and will begin the interview process next week. (Various)

Archie Knox: Recruitment key if Rangers are to stop Celtic

Archie Knox believes Rangers' summer recruitment has to be "top notch" if they are to prevent dominant Celtic making it nine in a row. (The Herald

Lafferty and Dorrans heading for the door at Ibrox?

Graham Dorrans could follow Kyle Lafferty, who has been told to find a new club, out of Rangers this summer after being informed his first-team chances will be limited next season. Interest in Lafferty is thought to be high with Apollon Limassol keen on the striker. 

Neil Lennon to be unveiled today 

Neil Lennon is set to be confirmed as Celtic manager today - and will step up his interest in Charlton Athletic midfielder Joe Aribo. It is thought talks have went well, with the Celtic board keen to confirm Lennon’s appointment as boss before the weekend, then urgently press on with squad rebuilding. (Sun)

Garry Parker won't make Celtic return 

Despite reports, it is now thought that Garry Parker won't be returning to Celtic as part of Neil Lennon's backroom staff. Lennon, who is being unveiled today, was lining up a reunion with his trusted right-hand man but John Kennedy is expected to remain as No 2. It remains to be seen if Parker will return to Celtic in another capacity with their head of recruitment vacancy available. 

SFA botched Flanagan decision says Barry Ferguson  

Ex-Rangers captain Barry Ferguson has said that the botched handling of the Jon Flanagan case proves Scottish football's disciplinary system needs an urgent overhaul to avoid another season of ridicule. (Daily Record)

Hearts and Hibs build for future 

Hearts and Hibernian each fielded eight academy graduates - more than any other Premiership club - in the first team this season with the two clubs playing more youngsters than anyone else. (Scotsman)