Tuesday's Scottish Gossip
Striker Alfred Finnbogason appears to have ruled out a January move to Celtic by insisting he will stay with Heerenveen until the end of the season.
Meanwhile, Kris Commons could finish his career at Celtic by accepting a new three-year deal.
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St Mirren are unhappy Dundee United posted video of Jim Goodwin's challenge with Stuart Armstrong online, with the Buddies captain subsequently offered a two-match ban by the Scottish FA.
Queens Park Rangers have made a £150,000 bid for Livingston defender Coll Donaldson.
St Johnstone are expected to make a move for Bolton's Scotland Under-21 striker Michael O'Halloran.
Rangers manager Ally McCoist will meet with chief executive Graham Wallace in the New Year to discover the full extent of an expected cost-cutting exercise.
Ross County manager Derek Adams is poised to sign Manchester City goalkeeper Eirik Johansen on loan and could also bring Greek defender Evangelos Oikonomou back to Dingwall.
Livingston-born Peter Wright cried tears of joy after booking his place in the PDC World Darts Championship final, where he will face Dutchman Michael van Gerwen.