Wednesday's Scottish Gossip
Celtic are preparing a £1m move for Wolves and Scotland striker Leigh Griffiths.
But Wolves manager Kenny Jackett insists Griffiths will not be sold in January.
One player who may be leaving Celtic is Georgios Samaras, with Hull City thought to be lining up a £1m bid.
Samaras is also attracting interest from Spanish club Atletico Madrid.
Inverness striker Billy McKay has shrugged off his £1m price tag and says he is "very happy" in the Highlands.
Former Rangers striker Kenny Miller says he would love to return to Ibrox, with his contract at Vancouver Whitecaps due to expire in the summer.
Greenock Morton manager Kenny Shiels is trying to cut through red tape to hand former Hibernian and Lokomotiv Moscow striker Garry O'Connor a return to football.
Full story: Daily Express (print edition)
Celtic will closely monitor events at Dundee United in January with English clubs expected to express interest in Tannadice youngsters Stuart Armstrong, Ryan Gauld, Gary Mackay-Steven, Andy Robertson and John Souttar.
Meanwhile, striker Tony Watt has returned to Celtic from his loan at Belgian club Lierse and trained with Neil Lennon's side on New Year's Eve.
Full story: Scotsman (print edition)
Tottenham's Sandro sent a chilling message to Stoke City and Scotland player Charlie Adam after his tackle left White Hart Lane midfielder Paulinho on the sidelines for at least a month.
In rugby, head coach Gregor Townsend has not ruled out a return to the transfer market as he seeks to keep Glasgow Warriors' Pro12 play-off ambitions on track.