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.

Read full story: Daily Record

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 Herald

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

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