Wednesday's Scottish gossip
The absence of Rangers in the top flight has cost the SPL a massive £17m from one TV deal alone.
Neil Lennon has urged Celtic to boost Scottish football by progressing to the group stage of the Champions League. (Record)
Dean Shiels insists Rangers can secure a double this season by winning the Third Division title and Scottish Cup. (Various)
Scottish Football Association chief executive Stewart Regan has reacted to Rangers' criticism of him as undignified and irresponsible.
Kilmarnock striker Paul Heffernan has been ruled out for two months after breaking his collarbone. (Sun)
Manchester United and Arsenal will send scouts to watch Celtic's Victor Wanyama for the third time in eight days when the midfielder features in the Champions League qualifier against HJK Helsinki. (Daily Mail)