Thursday's Scottish gossip

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Celtic defender Virgil van Dijk says the failure to qualify for the Champions League has cast doubt over his future at the club.

Despite the Champions League blow, Celtic manager Ronny Deila will be given time and funds to impose his style on the Scottish champions.

Read full story: The Heraldexternal-link

Legia Warsaw chairman Dariusz Mioduski fears a riot if the Poles are drawn against Celtic in the Europa League group stage.

Read full story: Scottish Sun (print edition)

Celtic's European failure hints at manager Ronny Deila taking the club "backwards," according to Celtic's former striker John Hartson.

Full story: Scottish Sun

Keith Lasley hopes the upcoming League Cup clash against Hamilton Accies can kick-start Motherwell's stuttering season. (Various)

The Scottish Professional Football League could go another season without a sponsor, according to its secretary Iain Blair.

Full story: Daily Express

Aberdeen captain Russell Anderson says last season's League Cup winners are determined to retain the trophy. (Various)

Gary Mackay-Steven has told Dundee United he wants to continue his career in England.

Full story: Daily Express