Saturday's Scottish gossip
Celtic manager Neil Lennon will ask midfielder Ki Sung-Yueng if he still wants to be at the club.
Meanwhile, Lennon has joined Rangers counterpart Ally McCoist in criticising the Tartan Army for booing Ian Black during the Ibrox midfielder's Scotland debut on Wednesday.
Rangers will get a bigger crowd than the Scottish Premier League combined when they play their first home match in Scottish Division Three against East Stirlingshire on Saturday, according to McCoist. (Various)
Celtic defender Josh Thompson is a target for League One side Portsmouth, who are in administration and seeking to rebuild their squad as they search for new owners.
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Stoke have joined Everton in the hunt for Liverpool's Scotland international midfielder Charlie Adam, 26.
Sir Alex Ferguson admits he has become exasperated by his Manchester United players' use of Twitter after Rio Ferdinand was fined £45,000 by the FA.