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The future of on-loan Rangers winger Oscar Cortes’ is set to be ironed out between parent club Lens and the Ibrox side in the coming days. (CanalRCN via Daily Record)external-link

Giovanni van Bronckhorst has revealed he wanted to bring Netherlands Under-21 left-back Ian Maatsen – poised to play in the Champions League final for Borussia Dortmund – to Rangers when he was manager. (Scottish Sun)external-link

The agent of Australian winger Raphael Borges Rodrigues has teased a potential move to Rangers amid speculation over a move to Ibrox. (Daily Record)external-link

Rangers are one of a number of top teams in Europe tracking Orlando Pirates winger Relebohile Mofokeng, 19. (Scottish Sun)external-link

Celtic, one of a number of clubs linked with Queens Park Rangers defender Jake Clarke-Salter, would have to pay £7m to land the former England Under-21 international. (The Scotsman)external-link

Former Ibrox winger Jamie Murphy cannot see John Lundstram staying at Rangers next season as the Englishman nears the end of his contract – with Ipswich Town and Trabzonspor linked with the midfielder. (Daily Record)external-link

Steven Naismith is adamant he won’t destroy squad unity at Heart of Midlothian by bloating the squad to tackle the demands of European football. (Daily Record)external-link

Werder Bremen goalkeeper Michael Zetterer will not be the man to replace Joe Hart in Celtic‘s goal after the 28-year-old signed a new long-term contract. (Scottish Sun)external-link

Hamilton Academical youngster Lewis Latona is at the centre of a three-way battle for his signature next season with Sheffield United and Belgian top-tier side Beerschot joining Hull City in pursuit of the midfielder. (Daily Record)external-link

Aberdeen‘s “unbelievable” defensive transformation – five clean sheets in a run of six Premiership games unbeaten – has been masterminded by interim boss Peter Leven, says defender Jack MacKenzie. (Press & Journal)external-link

Dundee have no intention of giving up on their European dream despite the damaging defeat by St Mirren, says boss Tony Docherty. (The Courier)external-link

Scotland fans will be free to chant and party at their final Euro 2024 group match against Hungary – after Germany eased its strict Sunday noise laws. (Scottish Sun)external-link

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