RANGERS could be set to finalise three deals this week, according to the Daily Record.
Pedro Caixinha is hoping to make fellow countryman Bruno Alves his first Ibrox signing, but the defender wouldn’t be available for early Europa League qualifiers due to being on international duty.
A deal for Aberdeen captain Ryan Jack should also be tied up soon, while talks are ongoing with Norwich over Graham Dorrans.
One player who won’t be heading to Ibrox, however, is Motherwell’s Louis Moult. It’s understood that Caixinha has cooled his interest in the striker.
Celtic’s Kieran Tierney has been named in the 23-man Scotland squad for the upcoming clash against England.
The defender, who suffered a broken jaw after being caught by Aberdeen’s Jayden Stockley during the Scottish Cup Final, has been a standout for the Hoops this season and played in Scotland’s last match against Slovenia.
Another Celtic standout, Patrick Roberts, bids farewell to the club as his loan deal from Manchester City comes to an end.
Whatever happens it has been a pleasure to play for this club! Thanks to the staff, players & fans for an unforgettable season. Hail Hail ?? pic.twitter.com/z0sP87bWU0
— Patrick Roberts (@patrick7roberts) May 30, 2017
The 20-year-old has proved a huge hit with the Parkhead faithful and won four trophies in his time at the club.
Birmingham City are interested in making a move for Aberdeen’s Jonny Hayes.
Hayes is contracted to the Dons until 2019, but Harry Redknapp watched the winger in action at Hampden against another of his suitors, Celtic. (Press & Journal)
Dundee are set to take a financial hit from the misfortune of their city rivals Dundee United, reports the Evening Telegraph.
The Tangerines’ failure to win promotion means no league Dundee derbies next season, and potentially missing out on over 10,000 paying punters.
Our sister title also reveals that St Mirren boss Jack Ross is the prime target to take over from Neil McCann at Dens Park.
The Press & Journal suggest that Ross County manager Jim McIntyre is also in the frame.
Craig Levein says Jamie Walker wants to leave Hearts.
Walker, who has scored 15 times this season, has informed the club’s management that he wants to move on. (Edinburgh Evening News)
The Guardian says Arsenal’s board is set to rubber-stamp a new two-year contract for manager Arsene Wenger when they meet on Tuesday morning.
Wenger’s future seems as though it ought to be at the top of the agenda, since the subject has dominated the season.
But reportedly vying for prominence will be an examination of budgets, which will take in how much the manager has to spend on transfers over the summer.
Roy Hodgson wants the chance to succeed Sam Allardyce as Crystal Palace manager, according to The Sun.
Hodgson has been out of work since quitting England after their 2-1 defeat against Iceland at Euro 2016 last summer – and apparently fancies another Premier League job.
Eagles chairman Steve Parish is believed to be taking time to consider his options before naming Palace’s next manager.
On the pitch, and Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera will stay with the club – according to the Daily Telegraph.
The 27-year-old midfielder will reportedly reject the chance to link up with his former Athletic Bilbao boss Ernesto Valverde at Barcelona and stay at Old Trafford.
Danny Rose could be a new team-mate for Herrera, with the Daily Mirror reporting that United lead the race for the Tottenham and England full-back, who looks set to leave Spurs after 10 years at the club.
Enjoy the convenience of having The Sunday Post delivered as a digital ePaper straight to your smartphone, tablet or computer.
Subscribe for only £5.49 a month and enjoy all the benefits of the printed paper as a digital replica.Subscribe