Tuesday's Scottish gossip

FOOTBALL GOSSIP

A frantic night of transfer window activity for Celtic has left them in limbo over their attempts to sign Manchester City striker John Guidetti after his paperwork was filed late. (Various)

Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell will appeal to Uefa on Tuesday in a bid to have Guidetti's transfer rubber-stamped. (Daily Record)

The Scottish champions managed to salvage a deal to acquire the Serbia international Stefan Scepovic from Sporting Gijon after the player had turned Celtic down earlier in the day. (The Scotsman)

Scotland assistant manager Mark McGhee has vowed that the national side will attack Germany without fear of being "gubbed". (Scottish Daily Express)

Scotland rookie Callum McGregor will have no fears if he is unleashed against the World Champions on Sunday. (Scottish Daily Express)

Gordon Strachan's side will warm up for Sunday's encounter with the Germans by playing a closed-doors match against Morton on Wednesday. (Scottish Sun)

Scotland have been handed 3,660 tickets for the Euro 2016 qualifier against Poland in Warsaw next month. (Scottish Daily Express)

St Johnstone have been fined £14,230 by Uefa for flying Palestinian flags at European matches and warned about future conduct, while Celtic have also been sanctioned by Europe's governing body. (Scotsman)

Hibs boss Alan Stubbs hopes the season-long loan deals of Dylan McGeouch and Jake Sinclair will give his side a greater goal threat. (Scottish Daily Express)

Rangers chairman David Somers has made the claim that he is being underpaid after leading the club to the brink of collapse. (Daily Record)