Once again, Scotland experienced a heartbreaking finish at a major tournament, but perhaps the activity of the summer transfer window will lift your spirits.

It’s been relatively quiet for champions Celtic. The Hoops are in search of a new goalkeeper following Joe Hart’s retirement, with Martin Dubravka among the targets on Brendan Rodgers’ radar. Additionally, links to Danish forward Mathias Kvistgaarden have reemerged, and Celtic’s chances of securing a permanent deal for Idah may improve with South Korean striker Oh potentially leaving Glasgow.

Rival club Rangers have begun pre-season training with three new players: Connor Barron, Clinton Nsiala, and Jefte, along with returning loanee Oscar Cortes. More signings are anticipated soon, including Moroccan striker Hamza Igamane, who is nearing a move to Ibrox, while Bayern Munich’s Yusuf Kabadayi remains a target. Meanwhile, the futures of longtime Rangers defenders Connor Goldson and James Tavernier are uncertain.

In Edinburgh, Hearts have had a busy transfer window, securing their sixth summer signing with former Sevilla striker Musa Drammeh. Yan Dhanda, who signed a pre-contract with the Jambos last season, is expected to be officially unveiled at Tynecastle soon.

New Aberdeen manager Jimmy Thelin has strengthened his squad with three new players, but he faces a challenge in retaining star forward Bojan Miovski, who is attracting interest from across Europe.

Further afield, Record Sport has reported that new Besiktas manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst is planning a surprising move to bring Anton McElhone from Queen’s Park to Turkey.

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