Scotland's papers: Offshore football deals and fracking pressure

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The Sunday Herald leads with their own investigation into claims that offshore investors based in tax havens are buying up stakes in Scottish football clubs.

Petrochemical company Ineos, which operates the Grangemouth refinery, has moved fracking operations from Scotland to England, according to Scotland on Sunday. The paper says the move has put pressure on the SNP government's moratorium on the gas extraction technique.

The Sunday Mail says a rapist cleared in Scotland after claiming he was sleepwalking has gone on to attack two women in England.

A mum with terminal cancer has written to Scottish health secretary Shona Robison to plea for a drug which could extend her life to be made available on the NHS, according to The Sunday Post.

The Scottish Sun on Sunday leads with an exclusive in which it claims Holywood star Johnny Depp's marriage to actress Amber Heard fell apart after he suspected she was having an affair with supermodel Cara Delevingne.

Tens of thousands of Scots are set to be labelled "hazardous drinkers", according to the Scottish Mail on Sunday, which says new NHS guidelines will reduce the recommended alcohol limit for men to six pints of beer a week.

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