Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Ryan Christie, Hearts, Aberdeen

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Celtic are set for more talks with Andraz Sporar in the coming days amid interest in the Slovan Bratislava striker from Dynamo Kiev and Bristol City. (Daily Record)

Hearts are one of several clubs interested in signing the Northern Ireland international striker Liam Boyce, who has entered the final six months of his contract at Burton Albion. (Edinburgh Evening News)

Hearts manager Daniel Stendel has claimed the Tynecastle club aren't professional enough to be a big club. (Sun)

Daniel Stendel admits he has a job on his hands convincing players to sign for Hearts in January with them languishing at the foot of the league. (Daily Record)

Celtic have have accused Rangers supporters of targeting home fans with missiles as well as directing 'sickening chants' at players during Sunday's Old Firm derby. (Daily Record)

A Rangers fan was knocked unconscious after being hit by a coin following his side's 2-1 win over Celtic at Parkhead. (Daily Record)

Ryan Christie's injury scare is not as bad as first feared, and he could be back in action before the of January. (Daily Record)

Stewart Milne has insisted Aberdeen just can't afford to remain at Pittodrie long-term, and says the pressure is on to deliver a new stadium at Kingsford. (Daily Record)

Falkirk co-manager Lee Miller is set to pull on his boots again for a third playing spell at the club after naming himself as a trialist in last week's 1-1 draw with Airdrie. (Falkirk Herald)

Andraz Sporar in action for Slovan Bratislavas
Celtic target Andraz Sporar is rated at £5m

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