Sunday's Scottish gossip
Manchester United will assess Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama during the Champions League qualifiers, while the Scottish champions are also aware of interest from Fulham, Liverpool, Queens Park Rangers and Stoke City.
Rubin Kazan have dropped their interest in Ki Sung-Yueng after Celtic insisted the midfielder was not for sale and the Russians have instead signed Gokhan Tore from Hamburg and pablo Orbiaz from Athletic Bilbao.
Cardiff City have finalised a £2m deal with Japanese Superleague club Cerezo Osaka for Celtic target Kim Bo-Kyung.
Veteran Scotland defender Gary Naysmith has convinced Aberdeen manager Craig Brown to offer the 34-year-old, released by Huddersfield Town, a contract after starring in a 1-1 draw with St Pauli.
St Johnstone manager Steve Lomas hopes his club can find the money to sign Rowan Vine, the striker released by Queens Park Rangers, after the trialist scored a double in a 2-1 friendly win over Bristol City.
Scotland goalkeeper Craig Gordon, released by Sunderland, has missed out on a chance of a move to Bristol City after manager Derek McInnes signed Tom Heaton after the former England Under-21 international on trial following his exit from Cardiff City.
Hibernian manager Pat Fenlon will make a final decision on trialists Mark Kerr and Alan Maybury within the next 72 hours after the experienced pair featured in the second half of a 2-2 draw with Huddersfield Town.
Scotland striker Ross McCormack is wanted by Brighton and Huddersfield Town, with Leeds United keen to cash in on the 25-year-old, who has a year left of his contract.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Andre Villas-Boas is furious with Liverpool midfielder Charlie Adam after the Scotland international injured Gareth Bale again during the goalless friendly in America.
The campaign to restore Third Lanark as an active senior football club has taken a huge step forward after they secured the right to play again at their Cathkin Park home after a gap of more than 45 years.
Teenage sailor Callum Airlie, who helped fire up the Olympic cauldron, revealed his role in the opening ceremony was so top secret he had not even told his father.
Scotland's Emily Maguire and Laura Bartlett will feature in the Great Britain hockey team that take on Japan in their Olympic opener.
Glasgow's Lynne Beattie insists the Great Britain volleyball team can recover from their opening defeat by Russia.