Tuesday's Scottish Gossip
Israeli midfielder Nir Biton says he is interested in following former Ashdod team-mate and friend Efe Ambrose to Celtic.
Cardiff City have made a £6m bid for Iceland striker Alfred Finnbogason, the 24-year-old presently with Heerenveen who has been attracting interest from Celtic.
Midfielder Dylan McGeouch, who is interesting Hibernian, Motherwell and Ross County, would rather remain at Celtic and fight for a first-team place than leave on loan.
Confident Shakhter Karagandy coach Viktor Kumykov says his side will score twice in Glasgow tomorrow night to end Celtic's hopes of progressing to the group stage of the Champions League.
Full story: The Sun (print edition)
Brazilian defender Emilson Cribari has rejected has rejected a move to Greek club Xanthi, leaving Rangers manager Ally McCoist struggling to free up wages for new signings.
Rangers manager Ally McCoist believes he is close to securing the signing of Bosnian defender Boris Pandza, formerly of Mechelen and Hadjuk Split.
Vancouver Whitecaps coach Martin Rennie says his club could hand Kenny Miller a new long-term contract after the Scotland striker decided to retire from international football.
Full story: Daily Mail (print edition)
Newcastle United have stepped into the battle to sign Wigan Athletic's Scottish-born midfielder, James McCarthy, as they look to beat Everton to the signing of the Republic of Ireland international by preparing an £8m bid.
Former Hearts owner Vladimir Romanov is facing demands to return to Lithuania to face prosecution after being photographed sunbathing on the beach a month after claims he had been hospitalised with a stroke.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes will speak to the Scottish FA's head of refereeing to complain about the refusal to award the Dons side a penalty after a challenge on Peter Pawlett during Hearts' 2-1 win on Saturday.
Scotland cricketer Kyle Coetzer is a major doubt for next week's match against Australia, the Northants batsman having picked up a wrist injury.
Full story: Daily Record (print edition)