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Hibs chairman Rod Petrie has sounded out Inverness CT boss Terry Butcher about becoming their new manager. (Sun)

The Herald says Petrie has refused to be drawn on speculation that Butcher will succeed Pat Fenlon.

However, the Easter Road chairman has defended his record as Hibs search for their 10th manager in 15 years. (Express)

Partick Thistle goalkeeper Scott Fox will earn a Scotland call-up ahead of the friendlies with the USA and Norway. (Various)

Dundee United defender John Souttar
John Souttar has been linked with a move to Everton

Vitesse star Patrick van Aanholt, who helped secure victory against Ajax on Saturday, believes Celtic can exploit their shaky defence in Wednesday's Champions League clash. (Various)

Concerned Ajax boss Frank de Boer admits concern over his side's four-game winless streak ahead of Celtic's visit. (Various)

Everton are preparing a £1m move for Dundee United's teenage centre half John Souttar. (Record)

Celtic captain Scott Brown, banned for a further two Champions League games following his dismissal against Barcelona, insists the side can win in Amsterdam without him. (Various)

Aberdeen goalkeeper Jamie Langfield is hoping to land a new contract, with his current deal due to expire at the end of the season. (Record)

Celtic striker Tony Watt, on loan at Lierse in Belgium, was sent off 30 seconds after coming on as a substitute against Charleroi. (Various)

Striker Jon Daly insists Rangers are confident of holding their own against any side in the Scottish Cup this season. (Herald)

Former Scotland and Arsenal goalkeeper Bob Wilson believes Joe Hart's demotion at Manchester City has opened the door to an England place for Celtic's Fraser Forster. (Mail)


Scotland's Rugby League captain Danny Brough has revealed the Scottish Rugby Union tried to persuade him to switch codes three years ago. (Herald)

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