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Forest ranger advocate Calvin Bassey is open to talks with Aston-Villa and is also being tracked by Bundesliga clubs, but the 22-year-old is based at Ibrox and with the Glasgow club unwilling to sell, an offer of over £25m would be needed to secure the transfer from the Nigerian international. (sky sports)external link

Forest ranger they have put a price of 25 million pounds sterling on the head of Calvin Bassey after receiving an inquiry from Aston-Villa and with RB Leipzig among Bundesliga clubs interested in the 22-year-old defender. (daily mail)external link

Celtic Y Arsenal have expressed informal interest in Gentleman advocate Joseph Okumuwho moved to the Belgian club from Elfsborg last summer for £3m, but Borussia Dortmund they are the first to do an official investigation into the 25-year-old Kenyan, according to People Daily. (Daily log)external link

Former Liverpool, Rangers and Scotland midfielder charlie adam insists he wants to continue playing next season and has held talks with other clubs despite the 36-year-old hinting at a new direction by announcing he was leaving relegated dundee. (The courier service)external link

Vincent Kompany could foil from dundee nomination hopes Shaun Maloney as their new manager, as the former Belgium centre-back is interested in appointing the former Hibernian head coach as his assistant if he takes charge of the relegated Burnley after leaving Anderlecht. (scottish sun)external link

hibs are close to closing a deal jamie mcallister to follow new manager Lee Johnson to Easter Road as assistant to the boss after being his right-hand man with Bristol City and Sunderland. (Edinburgh Evening News)external link

hibs they hope to add another new face to the first-team squad in the coming days, but although the wingers Aiden McGeady Y Regan Charles Cookthey are leaving Sunderland Y Ross County respectively, are still very real options, imminent arrivals are not expected either. (The Scotsman)external link

Saint John of Stone midfield player murray-davidson he is one of several free agents yet to agree a contract deal, but the 34-year-old wants to stay with the Scottish Premiership club for a 14th season after helping them avoid relegation. (The courier service)external link

Former Scotland winger Chris Burke has announced that he will be promoted Kilmarnock in search of a new club despite an offer of a full-time coaching position at Rugby Park, as the 38-year-old wishes to continue playing. (The Herald)external link

heart of midlothian they are targeting up to eight new signings by the start of next season, with chief executive Andrew McKinlay planning to move from 21 to 24 first-team players during a campaign in which they are guaranteed European group stage football. (scottish sun)external link

aberdeen Manager Jim Goodwin says he has been inundated with player offers from agents and revealed he is targeting experienced players aged 24-28 in the summer transfer window. (Press and Newspaper)external link

Chelsea and Scotland playmaker billy gilmour he was with his younger brother harvey when the 17-year-old midfielder agreed to his first professional contract, signing a one-year deal with Kilmarnock. (The National)external link

Forest ranger Forward Chris McKee has agreed to join Linfield for an undisclosed fee after the 20-year-old spent the end of the season on loan to the Northern Ireland club. (scottish sun)external link

malcolm ebioweiwho spent 18 months in the Rangers youth academy before joining derby county last summer, is attracting the interest of manchester unitedwith Newcastle United, crystal Palace Y Tottenham Hotspur also in the mix to secure the services of the 18-year-old striker. (daily mail)external link

aberdeen Chairman Dave Cormack is hopeful the Scottish Premiership club will be in a new beachfront stadium and training ground as part of a council-backed plan “five, six years from now” . (The Scotsman)external link

Roma’s victory in the inaugural Europa Conference League final on Wednesday night is assured Forest ranger from top-seeded status if they fail to qualify for the Champions League group stage and instead play in the Europa League sections next season. (The Scotsman)external link

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