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Swansea City have emerged as favourites ahead of Everton to agree a £1m summer signing of Dundee United left-back Andrew Robertson.

Full story: The People (print edition)

English Premier League strugglers Norwich City will sack manager Chris Hughton if they are beaten by Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday and will target Celtic boss Neil Lennon as a replacement.

Full story: Sunday Mirrorexternal-link

Manchester United are stepping up their interest in Celtic defender Virgil Van Dijk as manager David Moyes plots a summer shake-up of his defence, with Nemanja Vidic heading for Inter Milan and doubts over the future of Rio Ferdinand.

Full story: Sunday Express (print edition)

Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster has set his focus on beating the British shut-out record held by Edwin van der Sar during his time at Manchester United after claiming a 13th successive league shut-out and setting a new Scottish top-flight best.

Full story: Scotland On Sundayexternal-link

Celtic Park and Ibrox Stadium will vie to host Scotland games in the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign later this year after the draw that will decide the group opponents for Gordon Strachan's side in the competition is made in Nice, France, on Sunday.

Full story: Scotland On Sundayexternal-link

Scottish football set to net minimum £9m jackpot if national side qualify for Euro 2016.

Full story: Sunday Mailexternal-link

Gordon Strachan has told his Scotland players that their attitude in training at the next two get-togethers will determine whether they will be part of the Euro 2016 campaign.

Full story: Sunday Mailexternal-link

Scotland manager Gordon Strachan has ruled out the possibility of taking his squad on a long-haul end-of-season trip as he wants to maximise training-ground time ahead of the Euro 2016 qualifiers.

Full story: Mail On Sunday (print edition)

Full-back Phil Bardsley admits that breaking his foot in pre-season was a blessing in disguise as it helped save his Sunderland and Scotland career.

Full story: Sunday Mailexternal-link

Gordon Strachan says he has still not decided whether to hand the Scotland captaincy back to fit-again Darren Fletcher or give the armband again to Scott Brown.

Full story: Mail On Sunday (print edition)


MI6 investigated death threats made against Elise Christie after the Scottish speed skater's disqualification from a Winter Olympics final.

Full story: Sunday Mailexternal-link

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