Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Partick, Rangers, Hibs

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Partick Thistle are keen on a loan deal for Celtic's Callum McGregor and the 22-year-old attacking midfielder may be allowed to go if the champions recruit new faces in January. (Sun)

Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes thinks referee Willie Collum may have got three penalty calls wrong in yesterday's 2-2 draw with Inverness CT. (Various)

Rangers managing director Stewart Robertson insists the Championship leaders will have money to strengthen their squad next month. (Sun)

Celtic's Croatian defender Jozo Simunovic reckons in-demand compatriot Ivan Mocinic has the quality to be a star performer for the Scottish champions. (Sunday Mail)

Hearts midfielder Arnaud Djoum admits he got carried away with talk of winning the title earlier this season. (Various)

Celtic may consider sending Gary Mackay-Steven and Saidy Janko out on loan in January but manager Ronny Deila will not seek any temporary replacements, preferring permanent deals. (Sunday Herald)

Celtic manager Ronny Deila is itching to revive his 'Ronny Roar' celebration and we could see it today if his side win well at Tynecastle. (Various)

Rangers manager Mark Warburton says his players must "grown and learn" from any flak they get from disgruntled supporters. (Sunday Mail)

Tope Obadeyi dedicated his fluke winner at Hamilton yesterday to under pressure boss Gary Locke. (Various)

Hibs defender Darren McGregor reckons the reason his side are doing so well is that in Alan Stubbs they have a manager who is always ready to fight the club's corner. (Various)

New manager Alex Rae says St Mirren must be braver if they are to avoid relegation following Saturday's 4-1 home defeat to Livingston. (Sunday Mail)

Former Rangers defender Richard Gough is calling for his old team to "make a statement" against closest challengers Hibs tomorrow, saying it's the ideal game to raise spirits after an indifferent run of form. (Sun)

Everton are interested in signing Scotland and Bournemouth midfielder Matt Ritchie. (Sunday Mail)

Former Falkirk and St Johnstone boss Owen Coyle believes his year in the MLS with Houston Dynamo has made him the best he's ever been in his management career. (Sunday Post)


Glasgow Warriors head coach Gregor Townsend says returning duo Stuart Hogg and Peter Horne are "flying" ahead of today's visit to Edinburgh. (Sunday Mail)

Scotland captain Greig Laidlaw admits he will think about the controversial last-minute loss to Australia in this year's World Cup "forever". (Mail on Sunday)

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