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Weekend talks between Roy Keane and Celtic led to a job offer, which the Irishman has accepted and an announcement could be made as early as today.Full story: Irish Timesexternal-link

Roy Keane remains the favourite for the Celtic manager's job but board members intend to speak to more candidates this week, with Malky MacKay and Steve Clarke having already been interviewed. (Daily Express)

Henrik Larsson refused to deny reports that he met with Celtic representatives last week. (Various)

Former Celtic winger Aiden McGeady says Roy Keane is less confrontational these days, without sacrificing his win-at-all-costs attitude. (Various)

And Keane will opt to live in Edinburgh if he is chosen to succeed Neil Lennon, according to McGeady. (Various)

Rangers are ready to make an offer to out-of-contract St Mirren defender Darren McGregor, who has been linked with Hearts. (Daily Express)

Hearts hope to formally exit administration through the courts in the next fortnight. (Various)

Falkirk are planning to add a temporary stand with 1,000 extra seats to cash in on visits from Rangers, Hearts and Hibernian in the Championship next season. (Daily Record)

Former Albion Rovers duo Barry Russell and Peter Innes may be in trouble after turning out for an East Kilbride amateur side under fake names while still registered with the League Two outfit. (Daily Record)

Scotland striker Ross McCormack has told Leeds that he wants to be sold on over the summer. (Daily Express)

Fellow international Craig Bryson could leave Derby for a knockdown £750,000 due to a release cause in his Pride Park contract. (Sun)

Everton boss Roberto Martinez says his brief time at Motherwell shaped him as a manager and his admiration for Scottish players is still influencing his transfer policy. (Various)