Wednesday's Scottish Gossip
Tunisia international striker Saber Khelifa, currently with French side Evian, is a possible transfer target for Celtic.
But Celtic will only move for £3m-rated Khelifa, who pulled out of a transfer to Montpellier, if a bid for Hamburg forward Artjoms Rudnevs proves unsuccessful.
Hamburg are willing to sell Latvia international Rudnevs for £5m to fund an attempt to sign Nikica Jelavic from Everton. However, Rudnevs would have to accept a wage cut at Celtic.
The top two divisions of the Scottish Professional Football League will be branded 'The Premier League' and 'The Championship'.
Motherwell hope to sign Viking Stravanger striker Henri Anier before Friday's deadline for participation in next week's Europa League qualifier against Kuban Krasnodar.
The 2014 Scottish Cup final will revert to a Saturday timeslot, having been staged on a Sunday this year.
Ross County forward Richard Brittain is in danger of missing the start of the season after being sent off during a friendly with Den Bosch.
Rangers have 48 hours to persuade striker Kenny Miller to reject a new deal at Vancouver Whitecaps and seal a return to Ibrox.
Meanwhile, Rangers forward David Templeton insists his side would not be overawed at the prospect of facing Celtic in a cup tournament this season.
Scotland's national football stadium, Hampden Park, could be used to host a Diamond League athletics event.