Swiss side weigh up move for Hibs striker, Kris Boyd slams 'arrogant' Celtic fans, Rangers signing seeks Brendan Rodgers' advice, Celtic keeper's return confirmed - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Friday's Scottish football news and gossip.

Saturday, 17th August 2019, 11:30 am
Cluj knocked out Celtic in midweek
Cluj knocked out Celtic in midweek

Stories on Celtic, Rangers, Hibs and Kilmarnock.

Kris Boyd says Celtic fans are "too arrogant, spoiled and big-headed" to see their level in Europe, after the team crashed out of the Champions League to Cluj. (Scottish Sun)

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Neil Lennon expects goalkeeper Scott Bain to be back in training next week after he dislocated a thumb. The Celtic manager refused to be drawn on the possibility of a loan move for Fraser Forster. (The Scotsman)
New Rangers signing Andy King will seek advice from former Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers about life in Scottish football (The Scotsman)
Swiss side Basel will watch Hibs striker Florian Kamberi for the second time as they weight up a move. (Edinburgh Evening News)
Kilmarnock are in talks to bring Queens Park Rangers left-back Niko Hamalainen in on loan. Manager Angelo Alessio hopes he would bring competition for Greg Taylor. (BBC Sport)
Celtic boss Neil Lennon hopes the club recruit Nicky Hammond on a permanent basis as head of player recruitment. Hammond had previously been technical director at West Bromwich Albion. (The Scotsman)
Pundit Chris Sutton thinks Steven Gerrard's Rangers look a 'credible threat' to Celtic's title bid after a promising start to the season. (Daily Record)
Aberdeen goalkeeper Joe Lewis says Aberdeen need to 'grow up' and stop being so naive if they're ever going to succeed in Europe. (The Sun)
New Hibs signing Glenn Middleton says he wants to be playing regularly this season as he aims to develop during his loan spell. (The Scotsman)
Former Rangers captain Barry Ferguson says the current side remind him of the successful Dick Advocaat team of the late 1990's. (Daily Record)