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Celtic are lining up a shock swoop for veteran Republic of Ireland stopper Richard Dunne. (The Sun)

The SPL could block Danny Wilson's switch to Hearts due to the club not lodging transfer papers. (The Record)

Hearts insist they will settle their latest tax bill "in the very near future" amid fresh fears of a financial meltdown at the Edinburgh club. (The Star)

The Tynecastle outfit has also made a plea to fans to purchase season tickets if they're to survive their latest cash crisis. (The Scotsman)

Rangers will be unable to field new signings as trialists if league reconstruction plans go ahead due to proposed rules. (The Mail)

Dundee United manager Jackie McNamara wants Scotland cap Stephen McManus to shore up his defence next season. (The Express)

Celtic manager Neil Lennon is confident that Anthony Stokes will be part of his plans next season, despite the striker having rejected a new contract. (The Herald)

Everton striker Steven Naismith fears Scotland's shambolic world Cup qualifying campaign could get a whole lot worse if they lose against Croatia. (The Star)

Former Celtic winger Aiden McGeady has put Premier League clubs on alert by admitting he fancies playing in England. (The Star)

Barnsley have made an approach for Motherwell's out-of-contract Player of the Year Michael Higdon. (The Star)

Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey has shut the door on Leigh Griffiths' hopes of staying at Hibs. (The Express)

Motherwell front man Henrik Ojamma faces being dumped by his national team Estonia because he had school duties to attend to. (The Sun)