Scottish Gossip: Celtic linked with striker and defender, Rangers eye duo

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Celtic are tracking South Korean striker Suk Hyun-Jun, with the 24-year-old scoring regularly for Vitoria Setubal in Portugal. (Daily Express)

Celtic boss Ronny Deila is on the trail of Serbian defender Aleksander Pantic after watching Eibar beat Real Betis in La Liga on Sunday. (Sun)

Accrington Stanley could sell Josh Windass and Matt Crooks to Rangers this month after expressing frustration at the prospect of losing the striker and defensive midfielder, both 21, for next to nothing in the summer. (Herald)

Rangers are happy to wait until the end of the season to complete deals for Windass and Crooks. (Daily Record)

Hibernian aim to snap up Norwegian defender Niklas Gunnarsson on loan from Valerenga in time for Saturday's Scottish Cup visit to Raith Rovers. (Various)

Ex-Celtic wing-back Didier Agathe reckons Aiden McGeady, frozen out at Everton, should consider a return to the club in order to make sure of his place at Euro 2016 with the Republic of Ireland. (Herald)

Dundee midfielder Nick Ross aims to up his goal tally in 2016 after netting the derby winner against Dundee United at Dens Park. (Sun)

St Johnstone are ready to send defender Brad McKay out on loan, with the 22-year-old unable to break into the first team. (Various)

South Korea striker Suk Hyun-Jun
South Korea striker Suk Hyun-Jun started his career with Ajax

Inverness CT are to bring back their 'pay what you can' initiative for Partick Thistle's visit on 23 January. (Daily Record)

Former winger Andy McLaren thinks relegation-threatened Dundee United need to shake up their squad this month or suffer the consequence for years. (Sun)

Chairman Stephen Thomson insists manager Mixu Paatelainen will stay on even if he fails to keep Dundee United in the Premiership. (Daily Record)

Russell Latapy is backing Ryan Christie to make an immediate impact at Celtic, having worked with the 20-year-old while assistant manager at Inverness CT. (Various)

Ex-Celtic forward Andy Walker is urging manager Ronny Deila to ditch his preferred lone striker strategy. (Daily Record) (The National)

Aberdeen are sending loan duo Josh Parker and Ryan McLaughlin back to Red Star Belgrade and Liverpool, respectively, but manager Derek McInnes says he is in no rush to add to his squad. (Times)

Ex-Dundee midfielder Mark Fotheringham, 32, is hoping to land a deal at St Mirren after training with the Paisley club. (Sun)

Rangers defender Luca Gasparotto says he had no hesitation in agreeing to his extend his loan deal at Championship rivals Morton. (Herald)

Stranraer defender Scott Rumsby is determined to face Celtic in the Scottish Cup this Sunday despite breaking his nose at the weekend. (Various)

Burnley's Scottish midfielder Scott Arfield is set to pledge his international future to Canada. (Daily Record)