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Celtic manager Ronny Deila is interested in bringing Shaun Maloney back for a third spell with the Scottish champions. (Various)

Wigan boss Malky Mackay says "four of five" clubs are looking at Scotland star Maloney after rejecting a £750,000 bid from Leicester. (Various)

The "Three Bears" group of Rangers investors are the group backing Felix Magath to become technical director at Ibrox. (Daily Mail)

Rangers caretaker boss Kenny McDowall says he would go "stir crazy" if he listened to every rumour surrounding the future of the club. (Herald)

Lewis MacLeod insists he was happy to stay with Rangers and only left for Brentford when it became clear there was no appetite for keeping him. (Daily Mail)

St Johnstone, Hibs and Hearts are all tracking Spartans' teenage striker George Hunter. (Sun)

Motherwell boss Ian Baraclough is keen to bring in "one or two" new faces in a bid to drag his squad out of their comfort zone. (Various)

New Hibs striker Franck Dja Djedje says he was close to joining Chelsea as a 19-year-old. (Herald)

Kieron Achara leads the Glasgow Rocks in tomorrow's BBL Cup final
Kieron Achara leads the Glasgow Rocks in tomorrow's BBL Cup final

Celtic and Rangers will each receive 21,000 tickets for their League Cup semi-final date at Hampden. (Daily Record)

Midfielder Stevie Smith is convinced Rangers would be a match for Hibs if they were to meet in the play-offs, despite losing 3-1 and 4-0 to the Edinburgh side on league duty this season. (Daily Record)


Glasgow Rocks skipper Kieron Achara insists the pressure is all on Newcastle Eagles ahead of tomorrow's BBL Cup final. (Sun)

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