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Celtic manager Neil Lennon says Anthony Stokes is in line to make his first Champions League start in Wednesday's match against AC Milan at the San Siro.

Full story: Sunday Mail (print edition)

And Lennon has re-iterated his desire to secure Stokes on a new deal, with the forward out of contract at the end of the season.

Full story: Sunday Expressexternal-link

And Lennon is hopeful full-back Adam Matthews will recover from the ankle injury he sustained during Saturday's win over Hearts to make the trip to Italy.

Full story: Scotland on Sundayexternal-link

Inverness manager Terry Butcher says he turned down a £375,000 bid for Scottish Premiership top scorer Billy McKay from Bulgarian club Ludogorets Razgrad during the summer transfer window.

Full story: Sunday Mail (print edition)

Dundee United winger Gary Mackay-Steven has welcomed Watford wide man Ikechi Anya's Scotland breakthrough, despite the increased competition for places on the national team's left-hand side.

Full story: Sunday Heraldexternal-link

Scotland coach Gordon Strachan has revealed Sunderland striker Steven Fletcher will be recalled to the national squad for next month's match against Croatia.

Full story: Scotland on Sundayexternal-link

Celtic manager Neil Lennon believes his mentor Martin O'Neill is perfectly suited to the vacant Republic of Ireland managerial post and that the 61-year-old's playing career with Northern Ireland would be no bar to that role. O'Neill managed Lennon at Leicester City and Celtic.

Full story: the Observerexternal-link

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