Sunday's Scottish Gossip
Rangers manager Ally McCoist has indicated he will take a pay cut in order to help cut costs at Ibrox. (Various)
Scotland manager Gordon Strachan has thrown down the gauntlet ahead of Wednesday's trip to Wembley by insisting it's not a friendly. (Various)
Celtic will open negotiations to sign £3.25m-rated Heerenveen striker Alfred Finnbogason.
Rangers defender Lee Wallace insists the opening day victory at home to Brechin City sent out a message to their League One title rivals. (Various)
Former Celtic striker Pierre van Hooijdonk believes target Alfred Finnbogason is one of Europe's deadliest hitmen. (Sunday Mail)
Scotland and West Brom midfielder James Morrison admits the timing of the Wednesday's friendly against England is far from ideal. (Various)
Speaking ahead of Sunday's Edinburgh derby, Hibs boss Pat Fenlon says he wants administration-hit Hearts to remain in the top-flight because the city rivals need each other to flourish. (Various)
Scotland forward Steven Naismith is confident the arrival of manager Roberto Martinez at Everton can kick-start his career at Goodison. (Sunday Mail)
Celtic will this week up step up their bid to sign Wolves and Republic of Ireland striker Kevin Doyle.
Neil Lennon believes striker Amido Balde will give his Celtic side the physical presence up front they've been lacking since the days of John Hartson and Chris Sutton. (Sun)
Aberdeen goalkeeper Jamie Langfield has warned Nicky Weaver he faces a battle to be number one at Pittodrie this season. (Sunday Herald)