Shankland open to new Hearts deal

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Scotland forward Lawrence Shankland is open to new contract talks at Heart of Midlothian. (Record)external-link

And Hearts are preparing a fresh deal for the 28-year-old. (Herald – subscription required)external-link

Hibernian goalkeeper David Marshall admits Wednesday’s late defeat by Hearts was “a hard one to take”. (Scotsman – subscription required)external-link

Marshall backs manager Nick Montgomery and insists Hibs’ form will turn. (Record)external-link

And the keeper is adamant Hibs can still “have a successful season”. (Edinburgh Evening News – subscription required)external-link

Danilo has revealed his knee scar after the Rangers forward’s medial ligament surgery. (Sun)external-link

Rangers are targeting a left-back in January, with Philadelphia Union’s Kai Wagner and PSV Eindhoven’s Fredrik Oppegard having been scouted. (Record)external-link

Former Celtic manager Neil Lennon says the club’s midfielder Matt O’Riley is Scotland’s best player and worth £30m. (Sun)external-link

Liverpool are expected to send defender Nat Phillips on loan again in January after his spell with Celtic ended. (Liverpool Echo)external-link

‘Old Firm derby is acid test for Celtic & Rangers’

Rhys Williams is expected to return to Liverpool from his loan at Aberdeen, having not kicked a ball for the Dons, and fellow defender Or Dadia could also move on from Pittodrie. (Record)external-link

Aberdeen manager Barry Robson is expecting a quiet January transfer window. (STV)external-link

Robson urges onlookers to look beyond Aberdeen’s eighth-placed position in the Scottish Premiership. (Press and Journal – subscription required)external-link

Stuart Kettlewell reveals his Motherwell players were seasick on their bus journey to face Aberdeen on Wednesday before the game was ultimately called off. (Record)external-link

Kettlewell dismisses the notion that Saturday’s meeting with bottom side Livingston is a six-pointer, with Well four points ahead of David Martindale’s side. (Herald – subscription required)external-link

Dundee manager Tony Docherty is eager to enhance his squad with the January transfer window opens next week. (Courier – subscription required)external-link

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