KRIS COMMONS is set to rejoin Hibs.
The 33-year-old told STV’s The Late Show that he has been asked back by Neil Lennon, but will only head for Easter Road if he can get himself fit and over his injury problems.
Bruno Alves reckons he doesn’t need to be Ibrox captain to play a leading role.
The Portuguese star has had his first week of training under Pedro Caixinha and says he’s happy to use his experience to help out. (Daily Record)
Andy Halliday, meanwhile, was named man of the match for Gabala in a 2-0 win over Jagiellonia Bialystock in the Europa League.
The midfielder is on loan at the Azerbaijani club until the end of the season.
Celtic stalwart Emilio Izaguirre has left the club after seven years, joining Al-Fahya.
The Honduran defender heads to the Saudi Arabian side in a £1.25m deal. (The Herald)
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has dedicated the Dons’ Europa League win over Siroki Brijeg to fans attacked in Bosnia.
Around 50 fans were attacked by hooligans, not affiliated to Aberdeen’s opponents, in the town of Mostar in the build up to the match. (Evening Express)
Hearts’ offer of a new contract to Jamie Walker remains on the table, reports the Edinburgh Evening News.
The Tynecastle winger has previously rejected the deal and has been subject to bids from Rangers as his contract runs down.
Meanwhile, Ian Cathro says he’s confident that Arnaud Djoum remains committed to the Jambos.
The Cameroon star indicated his intentions of playing at a higher level while away on international duty. (The Scotsman)
Dean Shiels would love to return to Ibrox with new club Dunfermline.
The Northern Ireland international is aiming for promotion from the Championship on his return to Scotland. (Evening Times)
Dundee United have been dealt a blow with James Keatings’ injury confirmed as ankle ligament damage.
The newly-arrived striker will be out for at least a month. (The Courier)
Falkirk will only let Craig Sibbald leave for an ‘acceptable offer’, reports Luton Today.
The 22-year-old had trained with Luton Town but returned to Scotland to get fully fit.
Barcelona have set their sights on signing Liverpool playmaker Philippe Coutinho, according to the Daily Mail.
The Spanish club have bid £72million for the Brazil international and are keen to get their man. The Daily Telegraph, however, is reporting that Liverpool will not sell Coutinho at any price.
Tottenham are monitoring wantaway Leicester winger Riyad Mahrez, the Standard has written.
The 26-year-old is keen to move on from the King Power Stadium, though Leicester will have to reduce their £50million price tag if Spurs are to make a move.
The Sun are reporting that Arsenal now expect Mesut Ozil to sign a new contract at the Emirates.
Manchester City’s pursuit of Monaco left-back Benjamin Mendy remains frustrated, as the Mail are reporting that they have had a £44.5million bid snubbed.
The Daily Star claims that Everton are eyeing a move for Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud after a potential move to Borussia Dortmund looks to have gone cold for the Frenchman.
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