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Manchester City have slapped a £5m price tag on Swedish striker John Guidetti, currently on-loan at Celtic. (Daily Record)

Celtic manager Ronny Deila says a fit James Forrest would be worth £10m, but he will not rush the winger back to first-team action until he's ready. (The Herald)

Rangers supporters' group The Union of Fans have blasted the deal to hand Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley the keys to Ibrox on the cheap as a betrayal of the club's followers. (Various)

Rangers manager Ally McCoist admitted he would rather face any side except Celtic in the semi-finals of the League Cup after a last-gasp win against St Johnstone at Ibrox. (Daily Record)

However, Lewis Macleod, the scorer of Rangers' only goal of the game says he would be happy to take on Celtic. (The Herald)

Dundee United are set to hand Paul Paton a recall in tonight's League Cup semi-final against Hibs, despite the player being axed from the squad last week. (Various)

Celtic's Stefan Scepovic says he's settled in Glasgow and won't need to quit the Premiership holders to play in the Champions League. (Daily Record)

The SFA has released more tickets for Republic of Ireland fans ahead of the Euro 2016 qualifier with Scotland at Celtic Park next month. (Daily Record)

Astra manager Oleg Protasov has revealed that his injury-ravaged side could start against Celtic next week in the Europa League without a recognised striker. (Daily Record)

Bolton manager Neil Lennon has joked that he's been linked with so many Celtic players since taking over at the Macron Stadium that he's thinking of signing Henrik Larsson. (Daily Record)

Scottish teams could be making regular trips to Wales and the Republic of Ireland if plans for a Celtic Nations Cup get underway when representatives of the Home Nations meet in November. (Scottish Daily Mail)

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