Scottish Gossip: Strachan, Scotland, Dembele, McGhee, Rangers
Gordon Strachan has told his SFA bosses he doesn't intend to quit as Scotland manager despite losing last week's World Cup qualifier against England at Wembley.
Celtic have a £20m asset on their hands in the form of striker Moussa Dembele, according to former Fulham boss Kit Symons.
Motherwell manager Mark McGhee will fight to clear his name after being issued with a Scottish FA notice of complaint over his conduct during the Premiership loss to Dundee this month. (Scottish Sun)
Scottish football chiefs are unhappy with the current fortunes of the national side, according to SFA vice-president Rod Petrie.
However, he added: "Gordon Strachan is the national team manager. He has done a good job." (Scottish Sun)
Rangers boss Mark Warburton says midfielder Jordan Rossiter has suffered a setback in his battle to regain fitness following a calf injury. (Daily Mail)
Celtic striker Moussa Dembele is a future star for France, according to Celtic team-mate Kolo Toure.
"What I like even more about him is his mentality," said Toure. "I've been really impressed." (Various)
Stoke City midfielder Charlie Adam is justifiably frustrated over his omission from the Scotland side, says former Stoke boss Lou Macari. (Scottish Sun)
Former Scotland midfielder Craig Burley has criticised Scott Brown over the Celtic captain's decision to reverse his international retirement and return to feature in the defeat by England. (Scottish Sun)
Scotland winger Oliver Burke is still finding his feet in Germany following his £13m move to RB Leipzig from English Championship outfit Nottingham Forest. Burke has made a solitary start since his switch as his side have climbed joint top of the Bundesliga. (The Herald)
Kilmarnock boss Lee Clark has urged his forwards to deliver greater firepower in the absence of injured marksman Kris Boyd, who is out until the New Year with a thigh injury. (Daily Mail)
Former Rangers star Gavin Rae is backing Mark Warburton to get things right at Ibrox despite losing his two marquee summer signings in Joey Barton and Niko Kranjcar through departure and injury, respectively. (Various)
Celtic winger Scott Sinclair has urged midfielder Steven Gerrard, who has left LA Galaxy, to join finish his playing career at the Scottish club. (Various)
Scotland skipper Greig Laidlaw has warned his side to ensure Saturday's clash with Argentina does not lead to dire consequences for their World Cup ambitions. (The National)
World number one Andy Murray has revealed he has yet to be crowned number one in his house as no-one has bought him a "No 1 Dad" mug. (Various)