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Norway and Stromsgodset midfielder Stefan Johansen is waiting for Celtic to make their next move in the hope that he can seal a transfer to the Scottish champions.

But Celtic have not been told what it will cost to prise the 23-year-old from Stromsgodset.

Full story: Sun (print edition)

David Goodwillie
Goodwillie has scored six times for United this term

Dundee United chairman Stephen Thompson has warned clubs interested in the Tangerines' young stars, like Ryan Gauld and Andrew Robertson, that they will not be sold on the cheap.

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Meanwhile David Goodwillie, who has been on loan at Dundee United from Blackburn Rovers, is poised to join Aberdeen on loan when his spell at Tannadice concludes after Sunday's match against Inverness.

Full story: Sun (print edition)

Hearts' renewed attempt to have their transfer embargo lifted will be dismissed at Hampden on Monday.

Full story: Sunday Express (print edition)

Rangers manager Ally McCoist has described the loss of his former Ibrox team-mate Ian Redford, who passed away last week, as "absolutely terrible".

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And McCoist says former Rangers player Fernando Ricksen, who is battling motor neurone disease, was "thrilled" with the reception he received from Ibrox fans during Saturday's win over East Fife.

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Celtic midfielder Tom Rogic will be allowed to join Japanese side Vegalta Sendai on loan so he can pursue his dream of featuring for Australia in this year's World Cup.

Full story: Sunday Mail (print edition)

Scotsman and former Cardiff manager Malky Mackay will become the next boss of struggling West Ham if the Hammers dismiss Sam Allardyce.

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Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson held an unscheduled meeting with successor and fellow Scot David Moyes after the Old Trafford club's FA Cup defeat by Swansea last Sunday.

Full story: Sunday Peopleexternal-link


As he prepares to return to tennis Grand Slam action at the Australian Open following back surgery, Andy Murray insists he can "cope with anything" after his memorable Wimbledon win last year.

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