Saturday's Scottish Gossip
Celtic and Rangers have held talks about the possibility of staging a meeting of the two sides abroad, possibly in Dubai.
Johan Mjallby, who will leave his post as Celtic assistant manager at the end of the season, has revealed an ambition to come back and manage the club in the future.
Meanwhile, Celtic striker Tony Watt - currently on loan at Lierse - is wanted by another Belgian club, Standard Liege.
Full story: The Sun (print edition)
Finishing second in the Scottish Premiership is not beyond Motherwell according to manager Stuart McCall, whose side are currently third and four points behind Aberdeen with three games left.
Dundee United have sold out their allocation for this month's Scottish Cup final at Celtic Park but the Tannadice club will have to wait for more tickets to be made available.
Head coach Gregor Townsend heaped praise on treble try scorer Tommy Seymour following Glasgow Warriors' 38-16 win over Treviso, a result that boosts the Scottish side's hopes of clinching a home Pro12 play-off tie.
Full story: The Herald (print edition)