CELTIC have launched an investigation after a classified transfer document was leaked online, Manchester United are interested in Leicester City midfielder James Maddison and a former Premier League manager is interested in the vacancy at Rugby Park.

Celtic 'launch top-level probe'

A document detailing Celtic's transfer plans for this summer has been leaked online, with the club now opening a criminal investigation to discover the source of the leak, according to the Scottish Sun.

Manchester United want James Maddison

Leicester City midfielder James Maddison - who spent the 2016/17 season on loan at Aberdeen - is reportedly a summer transfer target for Manchester United, according to the Daily Record. The newspaper say that the Manchester club have approached the Foxes to discuss a potential deal.

Ambrose to leave Derby

Former Celtic and Hibernian defender Efe Ambrose will leave Derby County after spending the second half of the season at the English Championship club, according to the Scottish Sun. The Nigerian struggled to nail down a spot in Frank Lampard's starting line-up and leaves Pride Park as a free agent.

McTominay has no regrets over Scotland decision

Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay says that he has no regrets about choosing to represent Scotland over England at international level. "It was my decision to play for Scotland and my family couldn’t be more proud that they can see me hopefully playing many more games and getting lots of goals as well," he said.

Ian Holloway interested in Kilmarnock job

Ex-Crystal Palace and Blackpool manager Ian Holloway has told the Scottish Sun that he is "very interested" in succeeding Steve Clarke as Kilmarnock manager. The 56-year-old is currently out of work, having left Queens Park Rangers in 2018.

Miller hopeful of Celtic repreive

Celtic left-back Calvin Miller hopes that he can break into the first team at Parkhead now that Neil Lenon has been appointed as manager on a permanent basis. Miller said: "I know Neil and I am delighted that he has got the job because he has a great enthusiasm for the game and I really enjoyed the time I had before when I was working with him."

Clarke targets West Ham defender

The Daily Record are reporting that Scotland manager Steve Clarke is keeping an eye on West Ham defender Ryan Fredericks, with a view to capping the right-back for Scotland. The 26-year-old has represented England at youth level but is eligible to feature for Clarke's side.

Aberdeen want Motherwell midfielder

Motherwell midfielder Alex Gorrin, who is reportedly a target for two MLS clubs, has caught the attention of Aberdeen, report the Scottish Sun. The 25-year-old is currently out of contract and the Pittodrie club would not have to pay any compensation, should the deal go ahead.

McTominay - ‘We must be ready to die on the pitch for Steve’

Scott McTominay has insisted that Scotland’s players are ready to prove they are prepared to “die on the pitch” for new manager Steve Clarke. "If you don’t earn that then someone will take your place, and it’s the same with the new boss here: you have to show you’re willing to die for him in the pitch," said the 22-year-old.