Scottish Gossip: Motherwell, Celtic, Rangers, Dundee United, St Mirren, Edouard – BBC News

Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson is on a list of potential candidates to take over the vacant Bournemouth post. (Daily Record)

Former Rangers star Ally McCoist reckons the Ibrox club may be better off selling striker Alfredo Morelos and reinvesting the funds in the squad. (Daily Record)

Dundee United will complete the signing of 6ft 5in centre-half Ryan Edwards from Blackpool this week. (Sun)

St Mirren are to part company with technical director Gus MacPherson in a cost-cutting exercise. (Sun)

After opening the season with a hat-trick, Celtic striker Odsonne Edouard uses Twitter to respond to criticism of his body language during pre-season from former club star Frank McAvennie. (Daily Record)

Leon Balogun says his new Rangers team-mates talked him through his debut at Pittodrie as he provides head injury scare reassurance. (Daily Record)

St Mirren face competition from overseas to land Celtic striker Vakoun Bayo on loan. (Sun)

The Scottish Daily Mail back page leads with Celtic boss Neil Lennon stressing his desire to fend off interest in striker Odsonne Edouard

Hibernian forward Martin Boyle, who scored twice in Saturday’s win over Kilmarnock, says he is “grateful every day” for his rise to the Premiership from the lower leagues. (Herald)

Former Celtic star Kris Commons reckons his former club and Rangers should be looking at Hibs winger Martin Boyle, who is in the final year of his contract at Easter Road. (Daily Mail)

Ryan Kent is targeting more goals this season after shooting Rangers to victory at Pittodrie on Saturday. (Daily Record)

Having apologised for his first-half red card at Tannadice, Michael O’Halloran is forgiven and will repay St Johnstone when he returns from suspension, says skipper Jason Kerr. (Courier)

Ayr United and Morton are battling it out to land Rangers’ teenage winger Josh McPake on loan. (Sun)

The Scottish Sun also focus on Celtic’s big win over Hamilton Accies yesterday

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