Wednesday's Scottish Gossip
Former Rangers director Dave King faces a possible investigation by the City regulator over a claim he tried to drive down the League One club's share price by orchestrating a bid to have fans with-hold season-ticket money.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon is ready to quit the Scottish Premiership champions to take charge at Norwich City as they prepare for the Championship.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon has tipped rival managers Jackie McNamara and Tommy Wright to be on the radar of clubs in England after their exploits with Dundee United and St Johnstone respectively.
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert insists he will not resign despite uncertainty over his summer transfer plans after owner Randy Lerner put the club up for sale.
Ian McCall, who has managed Clydebank, Airdrieonians, Falkirk, Dundee United, Queen of the South and Partick Thistle, wants a second spell in charge of Morton after shedding four stones in weight.
Shay Logan has opened the door to a return to Aberdeen after the end of his loan spell, with the defender being out of contract with parent club Brentford this summer.
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Celtic midfielder Tom Rogic will today be named in Australia's World Cup squad, having spent time on loan with Melbourne Victory to ensure first-team football.
Toronto-born Rangers winger Fraser Aird, who has played for Scotland at under-17 and under-19 levels, is to travel to Canada to join their under-20 training camp.
Re-laying of the rugby pitch at Murrayfield Stadium began in earnest on Tuesday after two months of painstaking preparation digging up the old surface.