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Scottish gossip: Idah, O'Riley, Rojas, Lammers, Igamane, Sibbick – BBC

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Celtic have approached Norwich City about signing 23-year-old striker Adam Idah on a permanent deal following last season's loan spell. (Sky Sports), external
Scottish champions Celtic value Adam Idah at £5m, while Norwich City are looking for closer to £8m for the striker, but new Canaries manager Johannes Hoff Thorup will assess the Republic of Ireland international in pre-season training before a decision is made on his future. (HITC), external
Southampton are £10m short of the fee Celtic want for Matt O’Riley, with Premier League rivals Brentford, Everton, Fulham and West Ham United having held talks with the 23-year-old Denmark midfielder. (HITC), external
Herediano's vice-president says the club would want £4m for Costa Rica forward Andy Rojas and that he expects plenty of European interest in the 18-year-old for whom Celtic have been linked with a £900,000 move. (The National), external
Celtic and Rangers were among many clubs interested in Arsenal midfielder Albert Sambi Lokonga, but the 24-year-old has agreed terms with Sevilla after his loan to Luton Town. (HITC), external
AZ Alkmaar are set to mount a bid this week to sign Rangers forward Sam Lammers after Utrecht were priced out of the market for the 27-year-old who was on loan with them last season, according to reports in The Netherlands. (The National), external
Hamza Igamane is poised to be announced as Rangers' latest signing after the 21-year-old striker was granted a visa after agreeing personal terms ahead of £2.5m transfer from Moroccan club AS Far. (TeamTalk), external
Alfie Hutchison, the 15-year-old midfielder who is eligible for Scotland and England, joined Rangers from Heart of Midlothian despite interest from Arsenal, Chelsea and Newcastle United. (Fabrizio Romano on Instagram)
Hearts have put Uganda centre-half Toby Sibbick and Australia full-back Nathaniel Atkinson up for sale after the 25-year-olds were told that they are surplus to requirements. (Edinburgh Evening News), external
Wednesday's English & European transfer rumours
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Hibernian will pocket a minimum of £150,000 after Ewan Henderson agreed terms to join Belgian club Beerschot after Oostende, where the 24-year-old midfielder was on loan last season, were unable to take up their right-to-buy option because of financial difficulties. (Edinburgh Evening News), external
Dundee are closing in on signing 22-year-old Minnesota United left-back Ethan Bristow. (The Courier), external
St Johnstone youth defender Callan Hamill is training at Arsenal’s academy with a view to a potential transfer next summer, with Celtic and Rangers also interested in the 15-year-old right-back. (The Athletic), external
St Johnstone defender Ryan McGowan is set to sign for a Scottish Championship club later this week, with several second-tier clubs interested in the Australia international, while Stevenage are the frontrunners to snap-up Trinidad and Tobago midfielder Dan Phillips. (The Courier), external
Cliftonville have dismissed a bid from Ross County for striker Ronan Hale, saying it did not merit serious consideration, and the Scottish Premiership club face competition from Wigan Athletic for the 25-year-old. (Belfast Telegraph), external
Former Rangers winger Ryan Kent is poised to be one of six foreign players culled from Fenerbahce's squad by new head coach Jose Mourinho. (Sabah), external
Ipswich Town striker George Hirst, the 25-year-old who has played for England at youth level, would be willing to consider playing for Scotland, for whom he qualifies through a grandfather. (Scottish Sun), external
Rangers are on the brink of tying up a deal with a new temporary home for the start of the season – with Hampden Park now believed to be the frontrunner – following problems with a summer renovation job on the Copland Road stand. (Daily Record), external
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