Thursday's Scottish Gossip
Celtic manager Neil Lennon wants to make at least one new signing before Tuesday's return leg of the Champions League second qualifying round tie against Cliftonville, with the Glasgow side 3-0 after Wednesday's first leg.
Hibernian manager Pat Fenlon is facing an injury crisis ahead of the Europa League second qualifying round first leg against Malmo in Sweden, with Tim Clancy, Ryan McGivern and Fraser Mullen expected to be missing.
HMFC Ltd's bid for Hearts is on the brink of collapse due to a dispute between Bob Jamieson, who set up the company, and financial backers Club 9 Sport.
But Jamieson has denied the bid is in trouble and insists the US investors are ready to pledge £45m to build a new stadium.
Rangers chief executive Craig Mather expects to complete a deal to sign defender Bilel Mohsni and has hinted there may be another capture by the weekend.
And Ibrox manager Ally McCoist could move for free agent goalkeeper Steve Simonsen to provide back-up for Cammy Bell.
Full story: The Sun
Dumbarton say they are not in the market to sign former Hibs striker Derek Riordan, despite fielding him as a trialist in a recent friendly.
Full story: The Scotsman