Monday's Scottish Gossip
Dundee United youngster Ryan Gauld has impressed one of Serie A side Roma's top scouts, Massimo Tarantino, who was at Tannadice on Saturday. (Scottish Sun)
Everton head scout Kevin Reeves also travelled north for the third time in recent months to watch United trio Gauld, Andrew Robertson and John Souttar.
Full story: Scottish Daily Express
Former Scottish FA security chief David Brand thinks using smoke bombs, fireworks, and flares at Scottish football matches is a risk to peoples' lives.
Full story: Daily Record
The SPFL will consider possible sanctions once the match delegate's report is filed today after Celtic supporters vandalised seats and used pyrotechnics at Fir Park on Friday. (The Herald)
Former Dundee United manager Peter Houston is on the brink of a return to football as a senior scout at Celtic.
Full story: Scottish Daily Mail
Barcelona midfielder Xavi says Celtic need to stop selling their stars to gain genuine Champions League credibility. (Daily Record)
Leeds United manager Brian McDermott insists he won't sell Scotland striker Ross McCormack to a Premier League club in January. (Daily Record)
Ayr United forward Kevin Kyle reckons Rangers are a much better side this season having got rid of all the "deadwood". (Daily Record)
The former Gretna defender Aurelien Collin scored to help Sporting Kansas City win the MLS Cup against Real Salt Lake. (Various)