Tuesday's Scottish gossip

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Scotland striker Steven Naismith has predicted that Gordon Strachan's men can win their next nine European Championship qualifying matches on their way to France 2016. (Scottish Sun)

Strachan says he's mystified that striker Ikechi Anya is not playing for Celtic or in the English Premier League. (Daily Record)

Anya has emerged as a transfer target for Ronny Deila's side after a £1.5m move was discussed during the summer window. (Scottish Daily Mail)

Darren Fletcher has admitted that he can't expect a starting place as captain in every single Scotland match. (Scottish Sun)

James Morrison has become a YouTube sensation after his game of rock, paper scissors with Germany's Marco Reus during Sunday's game went viral. (Daily Record)

Jim McIntyre has emerged as a front-runner to fill the vacant manager's job at Ross County. (Scottish Sun)

John Hartson has emerged also as a major contender for the job in Dingwall after being interviewed for the post on Monday. (Scottish Daily Express)

Alan Hutton says his former Rangers team-mate Allan McGregor has to take it on the chin that he wasn't selected for a starting place against Germany for Scotland. (Scottish Sun)

Hibs manager Alan Stubbs is linking up talks with freed Celtic defender Lewis Toshney. (Scottish Sun)

Meanwhile, Stubbs has told his players to shape up or they'll be pushed out the Easter Road exit door. (Daily Record)

Former Celtic striker Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink believes the club's new signing John Guidetti will be a huge hit with fans. (Scottish Sun)

Rangers striker Kris Boyd says he would play for free if the club runs out of money. (Daily Record)

Meanwhile, Boyd is refusing to rule himself out of contention for a slot in Gordon Strachan's Scotland side as they bid for qualification for Euro 2016. (Daily Record)

Almost 500 Rangers fans have signed up to a scheme aimed at buying a controlling stake in the beleaguered Ibrox outfit. (Scottish Daily Express)

Dundee have snapped up former Scotland striker David Clarkson. (Daily Record)

Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson is keen to recruit another midfielder. (Daily Record)

Former Rangers defender Arthur Numan believes Celtic's Virgil van Dijk needs to escape Scottish football. (The Herald)

The Scottish FA has postponed a hearing looking into accusations that one of their shareholders, Neil Rankine, holds an interest in both Dumbarton and East Fife. (Scottish Daily Express)