Several Scottish Premiership clubs are reportedly looking at options in the transfer market as they look to bolster their squads ahead of the new season, BBC Sport reported.
Portuguese top-flight side Porto are ready to move in on Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos (Sun)
Scotland boss Steven Reid insists Lyndon Dykes is ready for his national team bow (Scotsman)
Republic of Ireland manager Stephen Kenny backs defender Shane Duffy to succeed at Celtic (Daily Express, print edition)
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is wary of his side's Europa League second-round qualifiers against Norwegian outfit Viking Stavanger (Daily Record)
Lincoln Red Imps chairman Dylan Viagas insists that his charges are capable of pulling a shock by securing a victory over Rangers in Europa League qualifying. (Herald)
Dundee United boss Micky Mellon believes the new changes in salaries in the English lower tiers can boost his side's recruitment (Courier)