Here’s what’s making the back pages of this morning’s newspapers in Scotland ...
•Jamie Walker has signed a new deal tying him to Hearts until 2017 (various)
•Hibs striker Paul Heffernan declares himself fit and ready to start against Rangers in the Petrofac Training Cup (various)
•Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes insists his side can turn round a 2-0 first-leg deficit against Real Sociedad (various)
•St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright slates his players after losing 2-1 to Spartak Trnava in their Europa League first-leg (various)
•Former manager Neil Lennon says Celtic’s 4-1 thumping at the hands of Legia Warsaw was on the cards as a result of lack of investment in the team (various)
•Morton have signed ex-Hibs youngster Jamie McCluskey (various)
•Dundee United have recruited another Polish goalkeeper in the shape of Michal Szrominik (various)
•Ross County forward Yoann Arquin says he’s fully focused on the new season after personal problems caused him to go AWOL in April (The Sun)
•Southampton have bid £12m for Sporting Lisbon’s Argentine left-back Marcos Rojo.