Sunday's Scottish gossip
Liverpool and Newcastle will both compete for the signature of Celtic's in-form striker Gary Hooper, 24.
National coach Craig Levein insists the Scottish FA would be wrong to sack him, despite Scotland's poor start to the World Cup qualifying campaign.
Levein insists he is very close to getting it right.
Clubs angry at Stewart Regan's handling of the Rangers situation and Scotland's World Cup qualifying campaign believe they have enough support to oust the SFA chief executive from his job.
Belgium striker Christian Benteke has vowed to end Scotland's qualifying hopes when the two nations meet on Tuesday in Brussels.
Scotland captain Darren Fletcher admits the side's chances of making the 2014 finals in Brazil are all but over but the skipper has urged his teammates to play for pride in Belgium.
Aston Villa's Scottish manager Paul Lambert says he often calls up his former Celtic boss Martin O'Neill, who also managed Villa, for advice - and he has every intention of carrying on doing so.
The administrator of Rangers Football Club plc, Duff and Phelps, is facing questions after taking £2.5m in fees before gaining the necessary approval from creditors. (Herald)
Andy Murray has been helping British tennis prospect Oli Golding by inviting the youngster to train with him in Miami next month. (Sunday Mail)