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Arsenal are tracking Celtic defender Virgil van Dijk and are planning to swoop with an £8m offer in the January transfer window. (Scottish Sun)

Bolton's new manager Neil Lennon claims he tried to sign six of the club's players while he was manager at Celtic. (Scottish Sun)

Lennon landed the top job when he blew Bolton chairman Eddie Davies away with his interview. (Daily Record)

The former Celtic will be joined by his former Celtic backroom team of Gary Parker and Johan Mjallby. (Daily Record)

Arsenal keeper Wojciech Szczesny has warned his Poland team-mates that their 2-0 win against Germany on Saturday will mean nothing unless they beat Scotland on Tuesday night. (Scottish Sun)

Scotland manager Gordon Strachan is convinced a Scott Brown-inspired side can storm Warsaw tomorrow night. (Scottish Sun)

Strachan has warned his players that Poland are much more than just star striker Robert Lewandowski. (Scottish Sun)

West Brom midfielder James Morrison believes Scotland's win against Georgia at Ibrox on Saturday is the best result for the country in six years. (Scottish Sun)

Watford winger Ikechi Anya believes the Scotland squad's love affair with Strachan is the driving force behind their bid to land a dream date at France 2016. (Daily Record)

Strachan will stick with his winning side when Scotland travel to Warsaw to face Poland. (The Herald)

Anya has also warned the Poles that he's ready to blitz them on the break when they meet in their Euro 2016 qualifier on Tuesday. (Scottish Star)

The SFA have been accused of treating the Tartan Army as cash cows after thousands stayed away from Saturday's win over Georgia at Ibrox. (Scottish Daily Mail)

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