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John Hughes is on the brink of being appointed manager of Inverness Caledonian Thistle after an 11th-hour change of heart by the Highlanders' chairman Kenny Cameron over Paul Hartley. (The Sun)

Celtic manager Neil Lennon will take a second look at Huddersfield hitman James Vaughn tonight, but will have to find around £6m to buy him. (The Record)

Rangers defender Lee McCulloch insists the Ibrox side could beat Celtic if they happened to be drawn together in the Scottish Cup. (The Sun)

A Rangers fans' group has vowed to boycott Sports Direct stores if owner Mike Ashley supports the current board. (The Record)

Celtic have been granted permission to postpone their 11 January meeting with Kilmarnock so that they can have a winter break in Marbella. (The Record)

Former Rangers striker Kenny Miller insists neither of the Old Firm can claim success this season unless they win the Scottish Cup. (The Record)

On-loan Celtic striker Tony Watt has snubbed Neil Lennon by insisting he learned more about football from his old boss Jimmy Boyle at Airdrie. (The Sun)

Hearts manager Gary Locke claims his young side are being unfairly punished by the football authorities for the club being placed in administration. (The Record)

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has admitted a draw against Celtic in the Scottish Cup was the worst possible outcome, but believes his side can complete a Cup double this year. (The Sun)

Elfsborg have confirmed they will not be taking up the opportunity to sign Celtic's Mo Bangura on a permanent basis. (The Sun)

The Foundation of Hearts has criticised a former bidder for the club, Bob Jamieson, as a "Walter Mitty" who could derail their plan to save the Tynecastle outfit. (The Scotsman)

Rangers are set to battle it out with Celtic for the signature of Dundee United defender Gavin Gunning. (The Star)

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