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.
5. Whelan reckons attacker will reject Old Firm move
Ex-Aberdeen striker Noel Whelan reckons QPR star Bright Osayi-Samuel should turn down any offers from Celtic or Rangers to stay in London or move to a Premier League side. The 22-year-old is out of contract at the end of the season and has been linked with a host of clubs, including the Old Firm and Leeds United.
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6. Stokes set to leave Livi
Anthony Stokes could leave Livingston in a shock departure. The striker has yet to feature for the club after signing last month. The ex-Hibs and Celtic ace is believed to have struggled to adapt to the club’s artificial surface which the club train on. (Scottish Sun)
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7. Buddies chief hits out at SPFL
St Mirren chief Tony Fitzpatrick has hit out at the SPFL and “sporting integrity” over the goalkeeping situation at the club which saw the Buddies bring in Hearts stopper Zdenek Zlamal on loan from Hearts. Fitzpatrick claimed any game where either of the Old Firm were without three goalkeepers wouldn’t have gone ahead. (BBC)
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8. Johnson keen on Ibrox move
Preston midfielder Daniel Johnson is keen on a move to Rangers. Lillywhites boss Alex Neil left the player out of the squad on Saturday amidst speculation over his future as he challenged interested clubs to put in a “proper offer”. (Scottish Sun)
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