Celtic have agreed a fee of around 7 million euros with Toulouse for the transfer of defender Christopher Jullien, the David Turnbull saga has taken another unexpected twist and Steeven Gerrard says it is up to Ryan Kent to decide if he wants to move back to Ibrox.

Celtic closing in Jullien

Toulouse centre-back Christopher Jullien is one step closer to a move to Parkhead after Celtic and the Ligue 1 club agreed a fee of around 7 million euros for the defender, which would make Jullien the most expensive defender in the club's history. The French club were reportedly holding out for 8 million euros for the 26-year-old but have settled for Celtic’s bid.

Turnbull deal in doubt

David Turnbull’s protracted move to Celtic Park has hit another hitch after an underlying issue was discovered during the midfielder’s medical. A fee of around £3 million plus add-ons had been agreed between Celtic and Motherwell but the latest twist in the saga means that the move “could now be in serious jeopardy of not going ahead”.

Gerrard: Kent deal is down to him

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has not given up hope of landing Ryan Kent on another year-long loan from Liverpool but admitted that the decision will come down to whether or not Kent is prepared for another loan spell away from the European champions. Gerrard said: “The key thing that people need to understand is that Ryan has got to want this. It’s alright the fans wanting him, the staff wanting him, myself wanting him. But it’s Ryan’s decision.”

Kilmarnock target highly-rated Inter Milan striker

Inter Milan’s Facundo Colidio - who joined the Italian giants for 9 million euros from Boca Juniors in 2017 - is a target for Kilmarnock, according to the Scottish Sun. The 19-year-old scored 12 goals in Inter’s development team last season and Angelo Alessio is hoping that his relationship with Antonio Conte could help secure a season-long loan for the forward at Rugby Park.

Sinclair heading for Celtic exit?

Sheffield United, who are preparing for life in the English Premier League following their promotion-winning campaign last year, are considering making a move for 30-year-old Celtic winger Scott Sinclair. The Scotsman believe that the Blades are preparing a £2 million bid for the former Aston Villa attacker.

Kenny Miller signs for Partick Thistle

After spending time at both Rangers and Celtic in his career, Kenny Miller has now joined a third Glasgow club after agreeing a one-year contract with Partick Thistle. The 39-year-old will meet his new team-mates at the club’s pre-season training camp in La Manga.

Dundee United bid for Shankland

Ayr United striker Lawrence Shankland, who scored 34 goals in all competitions last season, could be on his way to Tannadice after Dundee United launched an ambitious bid to bring him to Tayside, report the Scottish Sun. The 23-year-old is out of contract so would not command a transfer fee, but has been linked with a number of English Championship clubs this summer.

Hearts closing in on Northern Ireland international

Hearts look set to complete their second signing of the summer transfer window after making an approach to out of contract forward Conor Washington. The Northern Irish international, 27, left Sheffield United at the end of last season when his contract expired and the Daily Record believe a deal is imminent.

Aberdeen sign NAC Breda defender

Greg Leigh, who is contracted to Dutch club NAC Breda, has agreed a one-year loan deal with Aberdeen according to the Press and Journal. The 24-year-old left-back will replace Max Lowe in the Aberdeen squad following the end of his loan spell at Pittodrie.