The latest news and sports gossip from around Scottish football in today's Bulletin.

Arsenal step up chase for Kieran Tierney

According to reports, Arsenal have made a bid of £25m for Kieran Tierney. The Sun are reporting that the Gunners have upped their offer after having an earlier bid rejected by the Scottish champions. A £25m move would top the £19.7m Celtic received when Moussa Dembele joined Lyon in summer 2018.

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Clubs eye James Morrison 

Hearts, Hibs and Aberdeen are all thought to be chasing Scotland midfielder James Morrison, who is available on a free from West Bromwich Albion. (Sky Sports)

Celtic keen to extend Forrest contract

Neil Lennon has intimated his desire to offer Celtic winger James Forrest a contract extension, a move that would effectively mean the Scotland internationalist would finish his career with the Parkhead side. (The Herald

Andy Robertson has surgery on hand injury

Scotland captain and Liverpool full-back Andy Robertson has undergone hand surgery after an insect bite became infected. The Champions League winner is expected to go back to training shortly. (Various) 

Celtic hopeful over Liam Morrison

Celtic are still hopeful of fending off interest from Bayern Munich in young defender Liam Morrison and persuading the 16-year-old to sign a professional contract with the club. (The Herald

Hibs boss bemoans lack of cutting edge

Hibs manager Paul Heckingbottom has criticised his side over their lack of cutting edge after they were held 1-1 by League Two Stirling Albion in their Betfred Cup. (Various) 

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Neil Lennon eyes right back before UCL clash

Neil Lennon has said he is optimistic of securing the signature of a right-back before the following this week's UEFA Champions League tie against FK Sarajevo on Wednesday night. (The Herald

Kilmarnock to play expansive football

Kilmarnock assistant Massimo Donati says he and manager Angelo Alessioaim to introduce a more expansive style of play at Killie. The former Celtic and Hamilton player said the club will also aim to keep the winning mindset instilled by previous boss Steve Clarke. (Mail on Sunday)