St Johnstone have rejected a Swansea City bid for striker Adama Sidibeh. (The Courier), external

Rangers recruitment chief Nils Koppen says the club will keep a firm eye on Scottish talent and aim to develop their standout talents for the biggest teams on the planet. (Daily Record), external

Dundee United boss Jim Goodwin believes most Scottish Premiership clubs struggle to compete financially with teams in England’s National League. (Daily Record), external

Stephen Robinson has confirmed St Mirren rejected a bid for Caolan Boyd-Munce from Leyton Orient and has vowed the Buddies will stand firm on their valuation. (The Herald), external

Dundee midfielder Mo Sylla relishes his ‘Derry Vieira’ nickname and is looking forward to his first Tannadice derby “fight”. (The Courier), external

Hibernian should bust a gut to sign Simon Murray – because Mixu Paatelainen and Craig Brewster showed what a striker can do after they turn 30, says former striker Tam McManus. (Daily Record), external

New Aberdeen boss Jimmy Thelin has vowed to do his utmost to help teenage sensation Fletcher Boyd reach his potential. (Press & Journal), external

Ex-Aberdeen and Rangers forward Sone Aluko has taken up the role of first-team coach at Ipswich just weeks after retiring as a player. (Scottish Sun), external



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