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West Ham boss Sam Allardyce has joined the chase to sign Celtic's Virgil van Dijk. (Scottish Sun)

Celtic midfielder Calum McGregor says if Celtic beat FC Astra home and away, they'll win their Europa League group. (Scottish Daily Mail)

McGregor also says he's "embarrassed" that Celtic are not leading the Premiership title challenge, despite their 5-0 weekend win at Ross County. (The Herald)

Forgotten man Tom Rogic has pledged his future to Celtic and hopes to be back in action by January following a groin injury. (Daily Record)

Bolton manager Neil Lennon is targeting former Celtic striker Gary Hooper, now with Norwich City. (The Record)

Sports psychologist Jim McGuinness has stepped up his role at Celtic by concentrating on the first team. (Scottish Daily Mail)

Dave King will "jet" in to Glasgow this week for "crunch" talks with Rangers shareholder Mike Ashley. (Daily Record)

Alan Stubbs has told Hull City boss Steve Bruce to forget about recalling loan star Mark Oxley and is confident that the current arrangement will allow him to hold on to the player until the turn of the year. (Daily Record)

However, Hull's keeper crisis means Oxley is needed back to replace the injured Allan McGregor. (The Express)

Former Stenhousemuir manager Martyn Corrigan has emerged as an early favourite to take over at Stirling Albion in the wake of Grieg McDonald's resignation at the weekend. (The Herald)

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