NEW Rangers signing Jake Hastie is set to be immediately sent on loan, Marseile's move for Celtic midifelder Olivier Ntcham is dependant on the sale of Morgan Sanson and Liverpool winger Sheyi Ojo is expected to move to Ibrox on a one-year loan imminently.

Rangers pair to be sent on loan

Jake Hastie, 20, and Glenn Middleton, 19, will be loaned out next season, according to the Scottish Sun. Hastie has just arrived from Motherwell and Middleton found first-team football hard to come by at Ibrox last season, and Steven Gerrard is reportedly keen for the two wingers to continue their development elsewhere.

Ntcham deal depends on Sanson sale

Marseille remain interested in Celtic midfielder Olivier Ntcham but according to reports in the Scotsman, the French club will need to raise the funds for a transfer by first selling Morgan Sanson, who has been linked with a £30 million move to West Ham. Porto are also reportedly interested in the 23-year-old.

Magennis to Rangers?

The Belfast Telegraph are reporting that Northern Ireland striker Josh Magennis, formerly of Kilmarnock, could be on his way to Rangers with Steven Gerrard apparently interested in the 28-year-old Bolton forward.

Celtic 'in for Rrahmani'

The Scotsman are reporting that Celtic are interested in making an approach to Dinamo Zagreb to acquire the signature of Kosovo international Amir Rragmani. The 25-year-old defender is also on Standard Liege's radar, and is expected to move for around £1.5 million.

Vertonghen issues Robertson warning

Belgium defender Jan Vertonghen has insisted he isn’t out for Champions League revenge against Andy Robertson tonight – but warned the Scotland captain that he faces a very different game. “It’s not about revenge for me but he played well in the final and so did Liverpool - if you win the Champions League you deserve to win," admitted Vertonghen. "But it will be a different game tomorrow night I think.”

Ojo given green light over Rangers switch

Liverpool winger Sheyi Ojo has been granted permission from his club to join Rangers on a one-year loan deal, according to the Daily Record. Rangers would still like to bring Ryan Kent back on loan to Ibrox, but are still waiting on the Champions League winners to make a decision over the winger's future.

Is Celtic the right club for David Turnbull?

Amid the speculation surrounding the future of Motherwell midfielder David Turnbull, who has been linked with a move to Premiership champions Celtic, Graeme McGarry has dug into the stats to see if ther move would benefit Celtic - or Turnbull.

Livingston midfielder attracts MLS interest

Livingston midfielder Scott Pittman could be on his way to the US, with MLS side FC Cincinnati mulling over a move for the 26-year-old according to the Daily Record. Pittman has been linked with a move to Aberdeen recently despite signing a new contract at the Tony Macaroni in March.

Clarke: Don't call me a miracle worker

Ahead of tonight's fixture against Belgium, Scotland manager Steve Clarke has insisted that he is not a miracle worker: he has simply always worked with good players. Clarke said: "I don’t think I have been: I think my players were fantastic at Kilmarnock and I thought the players were good on Saturday. You are always beholden to your players, they will decide if you are a good coach or a good manager."

Robertson says Scotland players must believe in their ability

Scotland captain Andy Robertson has called for his international team-mates to believe in their own ability ahead of tonight's Belgium game, and insisted he won't be starstruck by the Belgians - because he's played against many of them before. "I at least have the confidence of playing against these players at week in, week out so I’m used to it along with some of the other lads," said Robertson. "The other lads who maybe aren’t used to it need to rely on their own ability a wee bit more and believe in themselves."