Tuesday's Scottish Gossip
Celtic have denied a request from Cardiff City to hold talks with Victor Wanyama.
And the agents of midfielder Wanyama, 21, want Southampton to pay them £1m as part of his £12m move to Saints.
Meanwhile, Cliftonville will not switch the home leg of their upcoming Champions League qualifier against Celtic away from their Solitude ground to a larger stadium.
John Sutton is expected to leave Hearts as a result of the club entering administration.
Meanwhile, Sale Sharks owner Brian Kennedy is willing to offer his advice to Gordon McKie and the Foundation of Hearts, two of the parties interested in buying the Tynecastle club.
Richard Foster has held talks with manager Ally McCoist about a possible move to Rangers, with the defender still under contract for another year at Bristol City.
And Foster is in talks to terminate his Bristol City deal so he can join Rangers on a three-year deal.
Meanwhile, Craig Gordon, the Scotland international goalkeeper who has been injured and without a club for a year, has started training with Rangers.
Scott Jamieson secured a place in next month's Open at Muirfield by adding a second-round 66 to his opening 71 in International Final Qualifying at Sunningdale but fellow Scot David Drysdale missed out in a play-off for the final place.