Tuesday's Scottish Gossip
Celtic will resist any offers from Hull City for striker Georgios Samaras.
Meanwhile, former Celtic striker Jorge Cadete has held talks with manager Neil Lennon about returning to the club as a coach.
Scottish Football Association chief executive Stewart Regan has backed Michel Platini's suggestion that the World Cup finals should be expanded from 32 to 40 teams.
Dundee United midfielder Ryan Gauld is attracting interest from Everton.
Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster is in line to be capped for England in next month's friendly against Chile.
And Dordrecht keeper Warner Hahn claims he is only interested in a move to Celtic if he will be first choice.
Ajax players, who will be facing Celtic in the Champions League next week, had a lucky escape when a building they were training in blew over in strong winds minutes after they had left it.
Goalkeeper Cammy Bell believes playing for Rangers has boosted his chances of a Scotland recall.
In rugby, Tim Visser and Duncan Taylor have been ruled out of Scotland's three-day training campaign, placing their participation in the autumn Tests in doubt.