Wednesday's Scottish Gossip

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Kilmarnock fans are upset that their club are offering visiting Celtic fans a discount for this weekend's clash at Rugby Park, while home supporters need to pay full price. (Various)

Liverpool, Everton, Tottenham, Swansea and Newcastle are among the clubs keeping tabs on Dundee United's teenage defender John Souttar. (Sun)

Morton's extra-time goal hero Dougie Imrie thought his side had earned a League Cup replay with Celtic when the whistle sounded at 0-0 after 90 minutes. (Various)

Motherwell defender Simon Ramsden has made a cheeky bid to become the next manager of Sunderland, the club he has supported since his childhood. (Daily Express)

Celtic midfielder Jackson Irvine, on loan at Kilmarnock, has been called up for Australia's matches against France and Canada next month. (Daily Record)

Aberdeen defender Joe Shaughnessy is pleased to be compared with Richard Gough but admits he had to Google the former Scotland star to find out who he was. (Various)

Barcelona boss Tata Martino says he may rest Neymar for the Champions League visit to Celtic next week. (Sun)

Former Scotland manager Alex McLeish has confirmed his interest in the Sunderland vacancy. (Daily Express)


Scottish F1 driver Paul di Resta is confident he can end his run of five races without a point. (Various)