Tuesday's Scottish gossip
Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell and SPL chief executive Neil Doncaster were in London on Monday trying to persuade BSkyB to show Scottish football for the next eight years.
Celtic are weighing up a bid for 23-year-old Nigerian international defender Efe Ambrose.
The Glasgow side is also casting an eye over Ghana defender John Mensah.
Full story: The Daily Star
Hibs striker Leigh Griffiths has landed himself in a Twitter storm after tweeting that the club's pre-season hotel in Germany was "a prison camp".
Inverness CT midfielder Andrew Shinnie says being shown the door from Ibrox last season was the luck he's been missing from his career.
Swiss side FC Sion's appeal to the courts over their long wrangle with Celtic and Uefa has been shut down after the Court of Arbitration for Sport ruled against them and accused them of wasting time.
Full story: The Scottish Sun
St Mirren manager Danny Lennon wants a decision on whether former Rangers keeper Grant Adam will join the Paisley club by the end of the week.
Full story: The Daily Record
Scotland striker Kenny Miller is set to miss the friendly with Australia after signing for MLS side Vancouver Whitecaps.
Full story: The Scotsman
Dorin Goian's agent says the player is in no rush to leave Rangers and will hang about for Saturday's Ramsdens Cup tie with Brechin City.
Full story: The Scottish Daily Mail