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Celtic are considering a move for Dundee United's highly-rated midfielder Stuart Armstrong. (Daily Mail)

Meanwhile, Celtic boss Neil Lennon is weighing up a move for Norwegian ace Markus Henriksen, currently with AZ Alkmaar. (The Sun)

Lennon has also ordered his players to create history by winning the league title without a defeat. (The Record)

Police have banned flags and banners from Celtic's Boxing Day encounter at St Johnstone due to concerns about another fireworks display. (The Record)

Huddersfield Town have opened the door for Celtic to make a January move for Oliver Norwood and James Vaughan. (The Record)

Burnley are eyeing up a cut-price move for Caley Thistle hot-shot Billy McKay. (The Sun)

Aberdeen defender Mark Reynolds is sweating to be fit for the Boxing Day clash with Motherwell after suffering a horrible face injury against Caley Thistle at the weekend. (The Record)

St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright is set to appeal against Paddy Cregg's red card handed out at Easter Road against Hibs. (The Star)

Celtic striker Tony Watt is facing a period in the on-loan wilderness for the rest of the season after being frozen out due to a bust-up with Lierse boss Stanley Menzo. (The Express)

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