Scottish Football Live: £12m price tag put on Ryan Kent | No Parkhead move for defender | Celtic want Rangers target | Hibs hero departs | Scotland to appoint Steve Clarke | Midfielder tipped for Ibrox return

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Edson Alvarez has effectively ended any link with Celtic. The Mexican international defender has signed a new deal with Club America. (The Scotsman)

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Rangers hopes of securing winger Ryan Kents services on a permanent basis have taken a severe hit - after the on-loan Liverpool youngsters price tag rocketed to 12 million. (The Scotsman)
Hibs midfielder Marvin Bartley has signed a pre-contract agreement with Livingston and will join the West Lothian club in the summer. (Evening News)
Kilmarnock boss Steve Clarke could be unveiled as the new Scotland manager by the weekend. (Evening Times)
Celtic are weighing up a move for Bournemouth striker Lys Mousset. The 23-year-old has been capped eight times by France Under-21s. (Daily Mail)
Celtic could find themselves weighing up an offer from Porto for Olivier Ntcham. The Portuguese giants are eyeing up a return for the French midfielder. (Scottish Sun)
Alfredo Morelos has been axed from the Colombian squad by manager Jose Pekerman. The striker has played just 26 minutes since being sent off against Celtic.
Ex-Celtic star Moussa Dembele is being lined up by Manchester United in a 40m move as part of the club's rebuild. It could net the club 2m. (Scottish Sun)
Jordan Rossiter has been tipped to make an impact at Rangers by Bury boss Ryan Lowe. The midfielder has spent the season impressing on loan at the Shakers. (Scottish Sun)
Marcelo Bielsa's odds to become next Celtic boss have fallen to 12/1. The Leeds boss saw his side exit the Championship playoffs.
Celtic face competition to sign highly-rated Charlton midfielder Joe Aribo. Arsenal and Southampton are keen on the out of contract Addicks star. (Scottish Sun)
Falkirk could be taken over by a consortium led by American businessman Mark Campbell. It could see the Bairns become a feeder club for Sunderland. (The Scotsman)