Thursday's Scottish gossip
Scotland goalkeeper Craig Gordon, released by Sunderland, is poised for a move to Serie A club Udinese.
Wolves have hinted that 25-year-old striker Steven Fletcher will be sold, despite rejecting a £10m bid from Sunderland.
Fulham want to boost their forward options by moving for Huddersfield striker Jordan Rhodes and Andrey Arshavin of Arsenal.
Huddersfield Town striker Jordan Rhodes will face Australia this month for the senior Scotland side after Under-21 coach Billy Stark revealed he was not in his squad to face Belgium 24 hours earlier.
Norwich City defender Steven Whittaker will miss Scotland's friendly against Australia after damaging ankle ligaments in a pre-season friendly against Celtic.
Iffy Dieke will miss the rest of Scotland's Euro 2013 qualifying campaign after the defender ruptured her anterior cruciate knee ligament playing for Great Britain against Cameroon at the London Olympics.
Queens Park Rangers chief executive Tony Fernandes insists he is still in talks to sign Celtic midfielder Ki Sung-Yueng.
Celtic have offloaded striker Morten Rasmussen to Midtjylland in his Danish homeland.
United States midfielder Maurice Edu has told Rangers manager Ally McCoist he wants to quit the Ibrox club before the end of the month because he does not want to play in Division Three.
Kilmarnock chairman Michael Johnston says his club would have re-signed Dean Shiels, the midfielder who has since joined Rangers, had it not been for the uncertainty caused by which league the Ibrox club would play in this season.
Dundee are poised to sign former Aberdeen defender Davide Grassi, who is a free agent after leaving Brussels, and are vying with St Johnstone for the services of Watford winger Craig Forsyth.
Dynamo Moscow arrive in Scotland in turmoil ahead of their Europa Cup tie against Dundee United, with coach Sergei Silkin set for the sack if his side go out of the tournament.
Former Hibernian striker Garry O'Connor will make his debut for Tom Tomsk almost a month after signing a two-year contract, a transfer embargo on the Russian second tier club having now been lifted.
Michael Jamieson took silver in the 200m breastroke at the London Olympics but admits he was more stunned to hear that his race was shown at Celtic Park as his football favourites played HJK Helsinki in a Champions League qualifier.
Olympic rowing gold medalist Heather Stanning will soon be heading for service in Helmond province, the army captain's commanding officer has revealed.