Scottish Football RECAP: Rangers outcast offered escape route | Celtic to agree transfer fee | Hearts midfielder granted exit | Hibs set to sign goalkeeper

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Monday, 1st July 2019, 3:09 pm
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Scroll and click through the pages for LIVE updates of rumours and news from around the SPFL:

Kilmarnock have offered David Wheater a contract following his release from Bolton Wanderers. (The Bolton News)
Hamilton Accies have moved to sign left-back Johnny Hunt from League Two side Stevenage.
Aberdeen defender Ash Taylor has dubbed Derek McInnes as the 'best manager in Scotland' after re-signing with the club last month. (Daily Record)

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Dundee United manager Robbie Neilson has confirmed that the calf injury sustained by Adrian Sporle on his debut is not serious. (Dundee Courier)
Rangers outcast Kyle Lafferty will be handed an escape route by clubs inQatar and Saudi Arabia. (Sunday Life)
Preston North End goalkeeper Chris Maxwell is poised to finalise a loan move to Hibernian today. (Lancashire Evening Post)
Hearts have agreed to let Olly Lee leave this summerreturn to England once he finds a new club. (Scotsman)
Arsenal and Celtic will agree a fee for left-back Kieran Tierney, claims broadcaster Mark Donaldson. (TalkSport)
Celtic target Paddy McNair is in line to stay at Middlesbrough after new boss Jonathan Woodgate told the 24-year-old he wants him to remain on Teesside. (Teesside Gazette)