Tuesday's Scottish Gossip

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FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Striker Alfred Finnbogason appears to have ruled out a January move to Celtic by insisting he will stay with Heerenveen until the end of the season.

Full story: Daily Express

Meanwhile, Kris Commons could finish his career at Celtic by accepting a new three-year deal.

Full story: The Sun (print edition)

St Mirren are unhappy Dundee United posted video of Jim Goodwin's challenge with Stuart Armstrong online, with the Buddies captain subsequently offered a two-match ban by the Scottish FA.

Full story: The Herald

Queens Park Rangers have made a £150,000 bid for Livingston defender Coll Donaldson.

Full story: Daily Record

St Johnstone are expected to make a move for Bolton's Scotland Under-21 striker Michael O'Halloran.

Full story: The Herald

Rangers manager Ally McCoist will meet with chief executive Graham Wallace in the New Year to discover the full extent of an expected cost-cutting exercise.

Full story: Daily Record

Ross County manager Derek Adams is poised to sign Manchester City goalkeeper Eirik Johansen on loan and could also bring Greek defender Evangelos Oikonomou back to Dingwall.

Full story: Press and Journal (subscription required)

OTHER GOSSIP

Livingston-born Peter Wright cried tears of joy after booking his place in the PDC World Darts Championship final, where he will face Dutchman Michael van Gerwen.

Full story: Daily Record