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Bologna are the latest Italian club to scout Aberdeen midfielder Connor Barron, who is out of contract at the end of the season and could be signed for just over £500,000 in training compensation, but interest in the 21-year-old from Cagliari and Sassuolo is subject to them avoiding relegation from Serie A. (Daily Record), external

Legia Warsaw and Sturm Graz are both considering moves for Marc Leonard, with the 22-year-old Scottish midfielder having just ended a season-long loan to Northampton Town from Brighton & Hove Albion and having concrete interest from Preston North End and Portsmouth. (Daily Record), external

Dundee have handed a trial to 24-year-old Dutch right-back Robin Lathouwers, who has spent a season with VVV-Venlo in his country’s second tier. (The Courier), external

New Zealand right-back Callan Elliot is poised to leave Motherwell and join new A-League club Auckland after the 24-year-old struggled for game time since joining the Scottish Premiership side on a short-term contract in January. (Daily Record), external

Having already triggered a year’s extension to his Dundee United contract, Craig Sibbald has agreed a new deal until summer 2026 after the 28-year-old midfielder helped them win the Scottish Championship and return to the top flight. (Daily Record), external

Dundee United have missed out on a potential sell-on fee after 26-year-old midfielder Jeando Fuchs decided to leave Peterborough United under freedom of contract. (The Courier), external

Ayr United have made a move to sign George Oakley, with the 28-year-old striker also wanted by Scottish Championship rivals Partick Thistle and having been offered a new deal by Greenock Morton. (Daily Record), external

Rangers winger Arron Lyall has admitted he is unsure over his future at Ibrox after the 20-year-old’s loan to second-tier Airdrieonians expired. (The National), external

Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish is attempting to persuade Dougie Freedman to reject an offer from Newcastle United to become their sporting director after the former Scotland striker held talks about replacing Dan Ashworth. (The Guardian), external

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