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Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is a possible candidate to replace Steve Clarke at West Brom. (Scotsman)

Dundee United are confident winger Gary MacKay-Steven, who has 18 months to run on his current deal, will sign a new contract extension. (Daily Express)

And Dundee United's emerging star Ryan Gauld is about to sign another new deal, with the teenager having last month committed himself to staying on until May 2016. (Sun)

Celtic defender Virgil van Dijk believes the Scottish champions can go through the entire league season unbeaten. (Various)

Former Celtic defender Glenn Loovens has discussed the possibility of a short-term return to the club. (Sun)

Rangers manager Ally McCoist will give the proxy for his 1.5% of shares in the club to the East Kilbride Supporters club at Thursday's annual general meeting. (Various)

Paul Murray vows to bow out of the battle for control of Rangers if he fails to win a seat on the board at the AGM. (Sun)

Australia and Algeria want to play Scotland in World Cup warm-up friendlies next year. (Daily Express)

Celtic boss Neil Lennon will decide this week whether to recall in-form midfielder Callum McGregor from his loan spell at Notts County or let the 20-year-old stay in English League One until the end of the season. (Various)