it's been an action-packed week in Scottish football with a number of rumours and sagas developing already. 

We take a look at the latest news and gossip from around Scottish football. 

Rangers target will become one of the clubs top earners 

Rangers target Joe Aribo will become one of Rangers' highest-paid players if he completes a move from Charlton Athletic this week. The midfielder who is out of contract is yet to decide on his future after helping Charlton win promotion from League One. (Daily Mail)

Olivier Ntcham drops hint he could be leaving Celtic soon

Olivier Ntcham admits he could leave Celtic with Lyon, Marseille and Porto all keen on the midfielder. The midfielder - who is away on international duty with the France U-21s, admitted his affection for Marseille and said a move away from Celtic might be possible saying: "Yes, it's very interesting. Marseille are a big club. A departure from Celtic is possible." (Various)

David Turnbull urged to join Celtic 

Former Celtic winger Joe Miller has urged Motherwell's David Turnbull to make up his own mind over his proposed move, rather than leaving it to his agent. 

Miller said: “I couldn’t believe it when I saw he knocked back Celtic. His agent might have got a bit carried away with himself. He’s a good player but the boy still needs to develop.

“The figures being talked about are huge but that’s the way the game is these days. If he continues to develop then 
the money 
will come to him. Celtic wouldn’t sit still, there would be more contracts down the line or even a big move to the Premier League." (Daily Record

READ MORE: Matthew Lindsay: Why Celtic can’t afford to break the bank to land Motherwell starlet David Turnbull 

Ryan Kent 'wants Rangers return' as Villa cool their interest

Liverpool youngster Sheyi Ojo is to join Rangers on a season-long loan with the Ibrox side also keen to bring back fellow Anfield winger Ryan Kent for another year. It has been reported by the Daily Record that Kent has informed his representatives that Glasgow is his preferred destination. Aston Villa have reportedly cooled their interest in the player. 

READ MORE: Kilmarnock appoint former Chelsea, Juventus and Italy assistant Angelo Alessio as their new manager

World Cup success could lead to professional women's league

Scotland's participation at the Women's World Cup could lead to a professional league back home, says Scottish FA chief executive Ian Maxwell. The chief executive says the impact of the women's World Cup will be “transformational” and could lead to a fully professional league in Scotland. (The Herald

Kilmarnock looking to build on Clarke legacy 

Kilmarnock have appointed former Chelsea, Juventus and Italy assistant Angelo Alessio as their new manager with Pasquale Bruno, the former Hearts defender who played with Alessio at Juventus, believes the Italian is ready for the step up to management at Killie after many years as Antonio Conte's assistant. (Daily Record)

John Collins tells Leigh Griffiths to step up for Celtic

John Collins has told Leigh Griffiths he needs to get back into the shape he was in when he netted 40 goals for Celtic during the 2015/16 campaign in order to successfully resurrect his career. (The Herald