RANGERS are on the brink of finalising two transfers, Kieran Tierney has caught the eye of the Serie A runners-up and Panathinaikos want to bring Mikey Johnston to Greece on loan.

Napoli 'interested' in Tierney

The Scottish Sun are reporting that Serie A's Napoli have joined Arsenal in the race for the signature of Celtic left-back Kieran Tierney. The 22-year-old is reportedly valued at around £25 million.

Rangers closing in on Edmundson and Aribo

Rangers have agreed a £650,000 fee with Peterborough for George Edmundson and the defender is set to sign on the dotted line for the Ibrox club before the squad fly out to Portugal for pre-season training this weekend. Joe Aribo's deal is also very close to being finalised and the club are increasingly confident of landing the 22-year-old midfielder.

Panathinaikos considering loan bid for Johnston

Greek side Panathinaikos are weighing up a loan move for 20-year-old Celtic winger Mikey Johnston, according to the Scottish Sun. The newspaper claim that scouts from the Greek club watched the youngster during Celtic's 2-1 Scottish Cup final win over Hearts.

Lustig confirms Celtic departure

Celtic defender Mikael Lustig, who has spent the last seven years in Glasgow's east end, has confirmed via Instagram that he is leaving the club despite being offered a contract extension by Neil Lennon. The 32-year-old wrote a message to fans that read: "It’s time for me and my family to move on, start a new chapter in life."

Scotland crash out of World Cup

Shelley Kerr's Scotland side have been knocked out of the Women's World Cup after an extraordinary match in Paris last night. Scotland led Argentina 3-0 with 14 minutes left to play but were pegged back to 3-2, before a series of controversial refereeing decisions resulted in Argentina levelling the scores in a dramatic finale. You can read about how it all unfolded here.

Corsie blasts VAR decisions

Scotland captain Rachel Corsie was in no mood to hold back after Scotland's controversial World Cup elimination last night. Speaking after the match, the defender said: "Their first goal was a foul and the third goal is just ridiculous. It was clear for everyone to see. They’re making it up and I don’t understand how that can be allowed at this level."

Turnbull 'to complete Norwich switch'

The Scottish Sun are reporting that Motherwell midfielder David Turnbull will complete his move to Premier League side Norwich City today for a fee of around £3.25 million. The 19-year-old's move to Celtic fell through earlier in the week and now Turnbull is poised to join Norwich in what would be Motherwell's record sale.

Kennedy: We're not losing any sleep

Celtic assistant John Kennedy has insisted that no-one at Celtic is losing any sleep after the club's move for Turnbull collapsed. "What we want is for players to be hungry and we also want them to come here for the right reasons, not just financially, and for a 19-year-old with less than a full season for Motherwell under his belt, the offer we made was very good," said Kennedy.

SFA confirm Hampden purchase

The SFA have finally completed the purchase of Hampden Park after a £5m deal was concluded to buy the national stadium from Queen’s Park. "The real work begins now to ensure Hampden Park can continue to serve the needs of the game and be an inspirational home for Scottish football in the future," said Rod Petrie, president of the governing body.

You can keep up to date with all every top-flight deal using our Scottish Premiership Transfer Tracker here.