Thursday's Scottish Gossip
QPR manager Harry Redknapp has confirmed he wants Celtic striker Gary Hooper, with the relegated club already having an offer of £4m plus add-ons rejected by the Scottish champions' board.
Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama was due in London last night to seal a £12.5m transfer to Southampton.
Former Scotland striker Garry O'Connor has been warned he could be jailed, having missed shifts during his sentence of 200 hours' community service after being caught with a Class A drug two years ago.
Malcolm Murray, forced out as Rangers chairman on Tuesday, has criticised those who ousted him from the club's board, saying the departure of himself and non-executive director Phil Cartmell will make the club's institutional investors nervous.
French-Tunisian central defender Bilel Mohsni last night enhanced his prospects of earning a contract with Rangers following another impressive individual display in a pre-season friendly win over Elgin City.
Dundee bidder Dark Blue Business Trust, which includes former owner Peter Marr, has urged fans to keep the club in local hands rather than accept a £650,000 investment package from Americans John Nelms and Tim Keyes.
Glasgow-born Republic of Ireland winger Aiden McGeady, who switched to Spartak Moscow from Celtic in 2010 for £11m, has been put up for sale by the Russian club.
Full story: Daily Express
Bolton Wanderers have signed midfielder Gary Fraser from Hamilton Academical and immediately loaned the 19-year-old to Scottish Premier League newcomers Partick Thistle.
Full story: Daily Mail
Wimbledon champion Andy Murray is to appear in the 75th anniversary issue of The Beano comic.
Former US Open champion Graeme McDowell has written to sponsor Aberdeen Asset Management to apologise for labelling Scottish Open venue Castle Stuart one-dimensional.
Scottish Open champion Jeev Milkha Singh has missed the premiere of Run Milkha Run, a movie honouring his father, to defend his title at Castle Stuart.