According to the Daily Express, Ipswich are preparing a bid of £500,000 for Rangers striker Joe Garner.
The 29-year-old has netted 10 goals in 37 appearances for the club since joining from Preston in a £1.8m move.
And he’s not the only Ibrox star who could be up for sale.
The Daily Record say a list of available players and their suggested price tags has been sent to clubs down south.
This includes Barrie McKay (£2m), James Tavernier (£1.25m), Martyn Waghorn (£400k), Josh Windass and Matt Crooks (both £150k).
Rob Kiernan and Harry Forrester are said to be available on free transfers, with Garner listed as being available at a ‘reduced rate’.
On Radio Five Live, Chris Sutton said Celtic’s Moussa Dembele should reject any bid from the Premier League.
If he stays at the Hoops, he could still have Patrick Roberts as a teammate.
The Evening Times reports that the on-loan Man City star refuses to rule out a return to the club where he feels the love he has received from the fans is ‘second to none’.
Fellow Englishman Scott Sinclair, meanwhile, says an England call-up would be great, but has eyes only for Saturday’s cup final.
If Gordon Strachan leaves the Scotland job, David Moyes would be interested in taking over, according to The Sun.
The 54-year-old Scot resigned from Sunderland on Monday after leading them to relegation.
Aberdeen legend Willie Miller has backed Graeme Shinnie to lead the Dons to glory at Hampden, writes our sister title the Evening Express.
Miller applauds Derek McInnes for making a ‘brave decision’ to select Shinnie and not Rangers target Ryan Jack as captain.
In other Dons news, the club have had to put their bid to win planning permission for their new stadium on hold after being asked to provide more details to council chiefs.
The Evening Telegraph have put together a video of Dundee United fans queuing from 2am to get hold of play-off final tickets.
The Arabs have sold out their allocation for the second-leg at Hamilton’s New Douglas Park.
Down south, Manchester City players expect to be lining up alongside Alexis Sanchez and Kyle Walker at the Etihad Stadium next season, according to the Mirror.
City are expected to spend heavily again this summer, with Arsenal forward Sanchez and Tottenham right-back Walker reportedly among the targets.
And City players are said to be convinced the duo will be moving from north London to join Pep Guardiola’s side.
Should they join, the pair could well be team-mates with Willy Caballero.
The out-of-contract City goalkeeper has been offered a new deal, claims the Sun, but he wants assurances from Guardiola before he agrees to stay.
The Telegraph claims Liverpool will spend over £100million this summer as they prepare for Champions League football.
Southampton defender Virgil Van Dijk is reportedly a target for manager Jurgen Klopp.
Bayern Munich winger Douglas Costa could be moving to Manchester United, according to the Express.
It is claimed, via Italian media Tutto Sport, the Brazil winger will happily move to Old Trafford if they secure Champions League qualification by winning the Europa League.
Bournemouth are expected sign Jermain Defoe on a free transfer from Sunderland, but his arrival on the south coast may spell trouble.
The Mirror reports Bournemouth players could be asking for pay rises as the England striker has apparently been offered weekly wages more than double that of the current highest paid player at the club.
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