Friday's Scottish gossip
Celtic face a three-way transfer struggle with Everton and Wolves for Scotland forward James McFadden. (The Sun).
Celtic have offered McFadden the chance to train at Lennoxtown in a bid to win a dream move to his boyhood heroes. (Daily Record)
Seething Hearts gaffer Paulo Sergio insists a lie detector test would settle his feud with ref Iain Brines after the two were set on a new collision course. (Various)
Motherwell plan to keep picking Steve Jennings despite his recent arrest over an alleged gambling plot. (Various).
Ian Durrant has delivered a withering dismissal of former Celtic striker Chris Sutton's jibes about Rangers "fragility" - insisting that most of the current squad wouldn't even know who the Englishman is. (Various)
Former world featherweight champion has spoken of his shock after failing in a bid to regain his boxing license. (Various)
Andy Murray has now won 22 of his past 23 matches with victory over Stanislas Wawrinka in three sets at the Shanghai Masters. (Various)
Swimmer Hannah Miley, badminton player Imogen Bankier and cyclist John Paul are all in the running for the 2011 Lonsdale Trophy, celebrating Scotland's sportsperson of the year. (The Scotsman)