It is set to be another big week in Scottish football as the transfer window continues to develop, clubs in the lower reaches continue their preparations for the new season and a trio of big European matches with Aberdeen, Motherwell and Rangers all in Europa League action.
In addition, Celtic play one of their games in hand following the postponement caused by Boli Bolingoli as they face St Mirren who are set to welcome back one goalkeeper.
Click and scroll through for all the latest from around the SPFL – and be sure to return at the same time tomorrow.
1. Hladky's Old Firm admission
Former St Mirren goalkeeper Vaclav Hladky has admitted he had interest from both Celtic and Rangers in recent times. The Czech ace signed fro English side Salford this summer. Hladky was excellent at the Buddies which prompted speculation but without any concrete offers. (Scottish Sun)
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2. Celtic bid for defender 'rejected'
Celtic are set to make a third bid for Charlton Athletic full-back Alfie Doughty a second was rejected. Neil Lennon is said to be on the look out for a new left-back after the departure of Boli Bolingoli. The 20-year-old is highly rated and could be available for a free next summer with his contract to expire, however the Scottish champions will look to land him for £800k. (Scottish Sun)
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3. Preston send clubs a warning
Preston North End have issued a strong statement regarding speculation in their players. Celtic and Rangers have been linked with moves for Ben Davies and Daniel Johnson respectively. The club have confirmed offers for players but they have fallen short of what they want. Picture: SNS
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Anthony Mcdonald in action for Hearts
Hearts have rejected a bid for Anthony McDonald. Cypriot side Pafos are reportedly keen on the attacking starlet. It is understood Robbie Neilson is keen to see the player in action this season. (Herald)
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