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Monday, 27th May 2019, 11:04 am
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The draw for the group stage of the 2019/20 Betfred Cup has been confirmed for Tuesday, May 28. (Evening News)
Ex-Celtic and Hearts striker Tony Watt has completed his move to Bulgarian giants CSKA Sofia. The 25-year-old has signed a three-year deal with the Reds following his exit from St Johnstone.(The Scotsman)

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Rangers are keen on Nottingham Forest striker Karim Ansarifard. They face competition from sides in Turkey and Germany. (Football Insider)
Dutch free agent Adam Maher is wanted by Celtic after his contract with side AZ expired. Blackburn and QPR, Brescia and Fenerbahce are all keen. (De Telegraaf)
Filip Benkovic has not ruled out a return to Celtic. The on-loan Leciester defender has admitted to "enjoying" his time at Parkhead where he has won the treble. (Scottish Sun)
Craig Levein has revealed he has targeted four new signings next season. The Hearts boss believes that's all it will take to progress and win a trophy. (Evening News)
Ex-Celtic winger Patrick Roberts was pictured in the crowd at the Scottish Cup final. When asked if he was coming back to Parkhead he just laughed. (@nickolas_67)
Rangers target George Edmundson has handed in a transfer request. The Ibrox side are set to return to Oldham with an improved over of more than 500,000. (Daily Record)
Tony Watt has revealed that he could've signed for Rangers before moving to Celtic as a youngster. The striker spent time on trial with the club. (Scottish Sun)
Celtic chief Peter Lawwell has revealed why they appointed Neil Lennon. he said: Neil knows the club inside out, he knows the city, he knows whats required. Hes a great coach and has a great eye for a player." (The Scotsman)
Neil Lennon want Mikael Lustig to remain at Celtic. The defender is wanted by Malmo.