Monday's Scottish Gossip
Ross County manager Derek Adams is high on a shortlist of potential new bosses at Aberdeen as the Pittodrie board ponders Craig Brown's future.
Norwich City boss Chris Hughton will test Celtic's resolve with an improved £7m bid for in-form striker Gary Hooper.
Celtic defender Adam Matthews is convinced Hooper wants to remain at Celtic and have a crack at Juventus in the Champions League. (Various)
Rangers boss Ally McCoist has warned the rest of the Third Division his players are no longer soft touches following the bruising victory at Peterhead. (Various)
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe empathises with Aberdeen over losing Ryan Fraser to the English outfit but insists the move will be good for the winger's career. (Sun)
Dunfermline owner Gavin Masterton has urged supporters to "work together" with directors as he bids to increase fan involvement in running the club. (Express)
Celtic will move for Burnley striker Charlie Austin should Gary Hooper move during the January transfer window. (Mail)
Kilmarnock's players were addressed by chairman Michael Johnston before Saturday's defeat by Dundee United amid a war of words over Rugby Park finances. (Mail)