Scottish gossip: Rangers, Motherwell, St Johnstone, Miller, McTominay


Rangers are interested in Motherwell midfielder Lennon Miller and had the 17-year-old watched in last weekend’s friendly win at Livingston. (Football Scotland), external

Rangers are close to agreeing a deal that will see them relocate to Hampden for the start of the season due to delays with construction work at Ibrox, with planned pitch upgrades at the national stadium put on hold. (Daily Record), external

The initial agreement, to be ratified within days, will be for Rangers to play up to five games at Hampden. (Scottish Sun), external

Rangers target Albion Rrahmani insists he will only ask to leave Rapid Bucharest for a top five European league following talks with manager Neil Lennon. (Daily Record), external

New St Johnstone owner Adam Webb has topped up Craig Levein’s transfer budget and wants to keep striker Adama Sidibeh. (Courier), external

Manchester United plan to bring in midfield reinforcements before considering offers for 27-year-old Scotland midfielder Scott McTominay. (Football Insider), external

Birmingham City and Luton Town are among the clubs interested in a loan move for Scotland U21 wing-back Max Johnston, who is with Austrian club Sturm Graz. (Football Scotland), external



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