Saturday's Scottish Gossip
Hibernian will try to sign Sheffield United's former Motherwell striker Jamie Murphy in January. (The Scottish Sun)
Inverness Caley Thistle will compete with Motherwell for the signing of Rotherham winger Lionel Ainsworth for the second half of the season. (Scottish Daily Express)
Dundee United are unlikely to try and extend the loan spell of Blackburn Rovers striker David Goodwillie beyond January. (The Scottish Sun)
Neil Lennon wants Celtic striker Tony Watt to see out his year-long loan with Belgian side Lierse, even though Watt wants to end it.
Ally McCoist will meet Rangers chief executive Graham Wallace in the New Year to discuss reducing the size of the first-team squad.
Rangers are considering signing Livingston striker Marc McNulty in January. (Daily Record)
Inverness defender Josh Meekings thinks Billy McKay would be a success at Celtic. (The Herald)
The Scottish FA's compliance officer Vincent Lunny is expected to review St Mirren captain Jim Goodwin's behaviour against Dundee United. (Various)
St Johnstone midfielder Gwion Edwards says the Perth striker Stevie May deserves to get the same rave reviews as Dundee United's young stars. (Scottish Daily Mail)
Morton have signed Rangers winger Barrie McKay on a one-month loan deal and former Ibrox defender Darren Cole until the end of the season. (Various)