The latest news and transfer gossip from around Scottish football after a weekend of Scottish Cup action.

Lech Poznan to make second Kamberi bid

Lech Poznan are set to test Hibs' resolve by making a second bid for striker Florian Kamberi. The Polish club are keen to take the 24-year-old on loan with a view to buying in the summer, however, according to reports they are unlikely to match the Albania international's £2m release clause. Basel and Brentford were also interested in the striker last year. (Daily Record

Celtic scout Lawrence Shankland 

Robbie Nelson issued a hands-off warning after Celtic once again scouted Lawrence Shankland.  The 24-year-old Scotland striker scored his 26th goal in 27 games during the 2-2 draw with Hibs in the Scottish Cup on Sunday. Les Ferdinand from QPR was also in the crowd with the club thought to be keen on a move for the Scotland international - with the view of tabling a potential 'loan back' move. (Various) 

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Hearts set to sign Avdijaj

Kosovo winger Donis Avdijaj has agreed to terminate his contract with Turkish club Trabzonspor and is expected to arrive in Scotland in the next 24 hours for signing talks with Hearts. Manager Daniel Stendel has courted the 23-year-old saying he will add goals and European experience. He said: "He is young but he has experience in big clubs. If we can sign him, I believe he can help us. (Edinburgh Evening News

McInnes confirms Cosgrove interest 

Derek McInnes has confirmed New York Red Bulls'interest in Sam Cosgrove but does not believe the striker, who is also a target for Stoke City, will leave for the MLS. Stoke are also thought to be keen on the striker. (Stoke Sentinel

Polish FA presidents vents over Klimala deal 

Polish FA president Zbigniew Boniek has said he is sick and tired of players being sold on the cheap by the country's clubs after Jagiellonia Bialystokallowed Patryk Klimala to join Celtic for £3.5m. He said: "Polish clubs have to smarter and talk to their players. Some transfers have been devoid of ambition, logic and sense.

"If you look at Jagiellonia, they should have included a clause in Klimala's contract that meant he could only leave in the summer then he could have helped them fight for the title and he would have been worth more than £3.5 million. (Daily Record

Frimpong says he was victim of referee error 

Jeremie Frimpong claimed he was the victim of penalty decision errors at both ends of the park by referee Alan Muir in his side's 2-1 Scottish Cup win over Partick Thistle (Various)

Joe Aribo says finding feet at Rangers took time

Joe Aribo has said that it took time to get to grips with the expectation at Rangers. he said:“It was intense at the start and it took time obviously settling in to a new club and the stature of the club and how big it is,” he said. “So it did take some time to get used to it. But I’ve enjoyed every minute of it and I’ve been happy I’ve been able to stay in the squad and keep putting in performances.

“The expectancy to win [compared to Charlton]. That’s been the biggest thing I notice.

“At first it took me time to get used to it because I didn’t have that expectancy. You just know if you make a mistake it won’t be seen as just ‘oh well the next one will be better’ - it has to be the right one." (The Herald)