Monday's Scottish gossip

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Celtic midfielder Callum McGregor is expected to be called up for Gordon Strachan's Scotland squad for the opening Euro 2016 qualifier against Germany on 7 September. (Various)

Celtic target Stefan Scepovic has gone into isolation to protect his £3m move to the Glasgow club. (Daily Record)

Former Celtic and Scotland player Malky MacKay should face a season-long ban from football for the offensive texts sent while manager of Cardiff City, according to Lord Triesman, former Football Association chairman. (The Herald)

Maribor manager Ante Simundza has pledged to attack Celtic when the Slovenian champions visit Glasgow in the Champions League on Tuesday night, bidding to progress to the group stage. (The Herald)

Calum McGregor says he wants Celtic fans to put the frighteners on Maribor and inspire the Glasgow side to take the group stage slot. (Daily Record)

Celtic's new loan signing Wakaso Mubarak was not good enough to play for Rubin Kazan according to manager Rinat Bilyaletdinov. (The Scottish Sun)

Former Celtic manager Neil Lennon has revealed that there has been no contact with him from Crystal Palace about their vacant manager's position. (The Scottish Sun)

Scotland's under-fire referees insist they are not holding a gun to the heads of the SFA and SPFL by demanding a fairer deal for officiating matches. (Daily Record)

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