Tuesday's Scottish Gossip
Everton are preparing to make a January bid of £1m for Dundee United left-back Andrew Robertson. (Various)
Scotland manager Gordon Strachan says he will not rush Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher back into the international set-up. (Various)
Fletcher revealed he didn't know whether he'd be able to live normally again, never mind play football, after suffering a long-term debilitating ulcerative colitis condition.
Former Rangers director Paul Murray has paid tribute to manager Ally McCoist for "selflessly" deciding to proxy his shares to fans.
Rangers chief executive Graham Wallace insists the Ibrox club is not on the verge of going into administration again. (Scottish Sun)
And Wallace says McCoist still has the backing of the current board despite gifting his AGM vote to supporters.
Celtic might renew their interest in Heerenveen striker Alfred Finnbogason now that the Dutch club are believed to be willing to lower their £5m asking fee.
But Celtic won't re-sign Dutch defender Glenn Loovens in Janaury. (Scottish Daily Express)
Finland boss Mixu Paatelainen believes Celtic striker Teemu Pukki is on the verge of a scoring spree.
Aberdeen are keen to extend goalkeeper Nicky Weaver's contract until the end of the season. (Various)
The former Aberdeen midfielder Fraser Fyvie has cut short his loan spell at Yeovil and returned to Wigan. (Scottish Daily Express)
Hibs manager Terry Butcher will appear before an SFA tribunal today as he tries to escape a touchline ban for being sent to the stand during Inverness CT's match with Dundee United in October (Various)
New Morton manager Kenny Shiels is weighing-up a move for St Johnstone midfielder David Robertson, who has failed to win a new deal in Perth. (The Herald)
Hamilton Accies will do all they can to keep right-back, and target of Scottish Premiership clubs, Ziggy Gordon at New Douglas Park. (Various)
Gary Naysmith has become permanent manger of East Fife. (Various)