Scottish Gossip: O'Halloran, Stokes, Warburton, Cummings

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Celtic and Swansea are keeping tabs on St Johnstone forward Michael O'Halloran. Sunexternal-link

Anthony Stokes, out of the first-team picture at Celtic, is wanted by Cardiff City in the January transfer window. Daily Recordexternal-link

Former Celtic captain Tom Boyd is adamant frustrated Stokes has a future at the club after Sunday's social media rant, saying it shows his passion for playing. (Daily Express)

And Boyd thinks it will take several years before Rangers can challenge for the Premiership title even if they win promotion this season. (Herald)

Head coach Robbie Neilson says Hearts have exceeded expectations in the Premiership so far as he looks forward to a tough run of games in December. (Daily Express)

Rangers are worried that manager Mark Warburton could be tempted by a big-money offer from Fulham. Sunexternal-link

The Rangers boss insists that any players leaving Ibrox in January do so on the best terms for the club. (Daily Express)

And Warburton would have no fears about Rangers being paired with top-tier opposition when the draw for the fourth round of the Scottish Cup is made at Hampden this afternoon. Heraldexternal-link

Jason Cummings has scored 14 goals for Hibernian this season
Jason Cummings has scored 14 goals for Hibernian this season

Jason Cummings says mounting transfer speculation is pushing him on to turn in even better performances for Hibernian. (Daily Express)

St Johnstone are in talks to extend Graham Cummins stay at McDiarmid Park, with manager Tommy Wright insisting the currently injured striker will not be sold on anytime soon. (Sun)

Dundee boss Paul Hartley is braced for interest in forward Greg Stewart but maintains the 25-year-old will not be sold on the cheap. (Daily Record)

Peterhead are pleading with the SPFL to consider Hampden for their Petrofac Training Cup final date with Rangers. (Daily Record)

Coach Anna Signeul says Scotland's women still have "a lot of developing to do, both individually and as a team" as they lead their group for Euro 2017 as top scorers in the competition. The Nationalexternal-link

Former Scotland midfielder Billy McKinlay is the new manager of Norwegian side Stabaek. (Daily Mail)

Scotland's World Cup opponents Lithuania are poised to make former Hearts striker Edgaras Jankauskas their new manager. (Daily Express)


Andy Murray says he doesn't know where the next generation of British tennis stars are, expressing concern at the lack of male juniors at grand slam events. (Various)

Davis Cup-winning captain Leon Smith admits he is tempted by the prospect of coaching one of the world's leading players. (Times)

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