The summer transfer window is open and clubs are working hard behind the scenes to make deals.
Celtic are entering a new era under Ange Postecoglou after seeing their 10 straight dreams collapse last season.
Postecoglou, 55, has been tasked with rebuilding Parkhead club with a number of players heading for the exit.
Captain Scott Brown has joined Aberdeen as a player assistant, while other key stars including Kristoffer Ajer, Ryan Christie and Odsonne Edouard see their futures elsewhere.
Postecoglou has already decided to keep 22-year-old full-back Anthony Ralston for another season and out-of-contract forward Leigh Griffiths is set to agree to new terms.
However, with the crucial Champions League qualifier against FC Midtjylland just a few weeks away, Postecoglou will be desperate to make his own mark on the squad by bringing in new faces to excite fans.
SunSport understands the Glasgow giants have opened talks with Hajduk Split over a £ 5million deal for teenage defender Mario Vuskovic.
But they face competition from the Italian side of Turin for his signing.
Across town, Steven Gerrard already has a well-established squad after leading the Rangers to their first triumph in a decade.
Zambian striker Fashion Sakala is in the building after signing a pre-contract with KV Oostende.
The champions will also be looking for another midfielder and a wide player to try and add quality to the ranks.
However, they could lose Alfredo Morelos as Porto prepare to put down a £ 10million bid for the Colombian hitman next week.
Elsewhere in the SPFL, the new boys of Premiership Hearts aim to strengthen their squad ahead of the new campaign, especially after talisman Steven Naismith announced his retirement.
Robbie Neilson has been criticized after a disappointing championship campaign and fans will demand a top six this quarter.
Capital rivals Hibs will also look to overcome their disappointment in the Scottish Cup final by qualifying for the new Europa Conference League, as well as adding new faces.
As Aberdeen supporters to the north have an exciting year ahead under new boss Stephen Glass, Hoops legend Broony is set to play a crucial role on and off Pittodrie Park.