Aberdeen will be based in Dublin next month as they prepare for their Europa League qualifiers.
Ross County will return to Holland for the third year in a row after confirming their pre-season plans.
Aberdeen defender Mark Reynolds insists an early return is no cause for alarm at Pittodrie.
Jordan Slew and David Goodwillie are among six players who have been placed on the transfer list by English Championship club Blackburn Rovers.
Terry Butcher insists he will not walk away from relegated Hibernian and wants to lead them back to the Scottish Premiership - if he is allowed.
Hibs have been relegated to the Scottish Championship with Hamilton heading in the opposite direction after a penalty shoot-out win.
Neil Lennon's departure from Celtic was announced while Stephen Gallacher was playing his first round at the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth, but the Hoops supporter already suspected the Northern Irishman was set to leave.
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Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes insists his Dons side can cope with the strain of challenging on four fronts next season.
Ross County have frozen their season ticket prices for the second year in a row.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes insists he will not be held to ransom when trying to sign players this summer.
Ross County manager Derek Adams hopes to confirm Raith Rovers attacking midfielder Joe Cardle as his first signing of the summer this week.
Raith Rovers defender Reece Donaldson is to join League 2 champions Peterhead after impressing Blue Toon manager Jim McInally during a loan spell at Balmoor last season.
Aberdeen captain Russell Anderson believes Jamie Langfield is in the form of his life at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is aiming to capitalise on the Dons' resurgence in Scottish football.
Ross County goalkeeper Mark Brown and defender Steven Saunders have signed new one-year deals with the club.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes hopes to get his recruitment work done early as he prepares his side for their July 3 start to the campaign.
Caley Thistle manager John Hughes is planning a Highland League pre-season for his players.
Aberdeen midfielder Niall McGinn is delighted team-mate Peter Pawlett has been called up to the Scotland team for next week's friendly against Nigeria, labelling the 23-year-old his player of the season.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has backed duo Mark Reynolds and Peter Pawlett to make an impact after they were called into Gordon Strachan's squad to play Nigeria.
Caley Thistle midfielder Ryan Christie believes manager John Hughes is the right man to help him maximise his potential after he committed his future to the club yesterday.
Tommy Wright has led many of the St Johnstone squad to their first major final but for goalkeeper Alan Mannus, his influence has been even more profound.
Aberdeen forward Niall McGinn has praised the impact Derek McInnes made in his first season as Dons manager.
Ross County's departure list has increased to three after Alex Cooper and Gary Glen joined goalkeeper Michael Fraser in being released from the club.
Celtic coach Danny McGrain has suffered a minor heart attack, the club have announced.
Shay Logan is next on Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes's list of priorities after Russell Anderson, Barry Robson and Nicky Low signed new one-year deals with the club yesterday.
Aberdeen captain Russell Anderson is not looking any further ahead than next season after committing his future to the club for another year.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has urged Scott Vernon to go on and establish himself at another club after releasing him from Pittodrie.
Dundee United manager Jackie McNamara knows what it is like to be dropped for a cup final - but insists he will not copy former Celtic mentor Martin O'Neill's method of breaking bad news.
Ross County goalkeeper Michael Fraser has become the first casualty of Derek Adams rebuilding for next season after being told he will not be offered a new contract.
Tommy Craig has replaced his former boss Danny Lennon as St Mirren manager.