Monday's Scottish Gossip

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FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Liverpool are tracking 19-year-old Dundee United full-back Andrew Robertson, who signed a new three-year contract last week just four months after arriving from Queen's Park.

Full story: The Sun (subscription)

Celtic could renew their interest in Manchester United left-back Alexander Buttner after manager Davie Moyes told the 24-year-old he can leave Old Trafford in January.

Full story: The Sun (subscription)

Celtic defender Adam Matthews will learn today if he needs an operation that will put him out of action until the new year after suffering a suspected broken collarbone in Saturday's victory over Motherwell.

Full story: Daily Record

Ally McCoist verbally challenged a Rangers director who had suggested the manager should be sacked after the early-season League Cup defeat by Forfar Athletic.

Full story: The Sun (print edition)

Rangers' 2-0 victory over Ayr United at Somerset Park on Sunday was accompanied by continued protests by some of the Ibrox club's fans against the board of directors.

Full story: The Herald

Former Scotland and Rangers boss Alex McLeish, who left Nottingham Forest in February, has been linked with a return to management with the Republic of Ireland.

Full story: The Sun (print edition)

OTHER GOSSIP

Andy Murray has revealed on Twitter that he is to see his doctor today for the first time since he underwent surgery for a back injury.

Full story: The Scotsman

Jamie Murray and John Peers are in contention for a place in the doubles field at next month's ATP World Tour Finals in London after reaching the final of the Rukuten Japan Open, where they lost 7-6, 6-4 to Rohan Bopanna and Edouard Roger-Vasselin.

Full story: The Independent

Fit-again captain Greig Laidlaw believes Edinburgh are better than last season despite their latest defeat, going down 29-12 away to Cardiff Blues on Sunday.

Full story: The Scotsman

Scotsman David Bogie clinched his fifth successive Scottish Rally Championship with a dazzling final stage in the Colin McRae Rally to beat title rival Euan Thorburn by eight seconds.

Full story: The Scotsman