Scottish gossip: Tino Livramento, Archie Gray, Rangers director of football, Kyogo

BBC gossip graphic and Tino Livramento
BBC gossip graphic and Tino Livramento

Scotland assistant manager John Carver described Tino Livramento as an "outstanding" talent as he confirmed the Newcastle United right-back is on boss Steve Clarke's radar. (The Herald)

Liam Cooper says he is "tapping up" young Leeds United superstar Archie Gray to turn his back on England and commit to Scotland, for whom his dad Andy and grandad Frank played. (The Scotsman)

Rangers are set to appoint a new director of football within the next two weeks. (The Herald - subscription required)

Fresh from his first Rangers start, winger Ross McCausland will be promoted to the Northern Ireland squad from the Under-21s for Euro 2024 qualifiers away to Finland and at home to Denmark. (Daily Record)

Celtic striker Kyogo Furuhashi can't "remember anything" about his clash of heads with Aberdeen defender Slobodan Rubezic. (Scottish Sun)

Heart of Midlothian duo Craig Gordon and Craig Halkett are continuing to progress well in their recoveries from long-term injuries but manager Steven Naismith says they are unlikely to play competitively until after the winter break. (The Scotsman)

St Johnstone manager Craig Levein fears being without former Dundee United striker Nicky Clark until 2024. (The Courier)

Levein says everyone at St Johnstone is right behind Graham Carey and his wife Rachel Borthwick as she has treatment for cancer. (The Courier)

Former Rangers midfielder Jo Dodoo, 28, is still without a club almost 15 weeks after the league campaign kicked off. (Scottish Sun)

Rangers will regret not snapping up Honduras winger Luis Palma before his move to Celtic, says former Ibrox midfielder Andy Halliday. (Clyde 1 via Daily Record)

Qualifying for Europe is "definitely doable" for promoted Dundee, says striker Amadou Bakayoko. (PLZ)

Winger Patrick Roberts, who was linked with a return to Celtic when his Sunderland contract ran out in 2024, has signed a new deal to keep him in the north-east of England until 2026. (Scottish Sun)

Midfielder Matt O'Riley says it was long overdue that Celtic "gave someone a real doing" after they demolished Aberdeen on Sunday. (The Scotsman)

Manager Barry Robson says Aberdeen were "too open" and he felt Celtic looked like "they could score every time" they attacked in the 6-0 defeat. (Press & Journal)

Former Rangers and Dundee United striker Jon Daly paid tribute to the influence of Ibrox legend Ally McCoist after he led St Patrick's to the FAI Cup at Dublin's Aviva Stadium. (Scottish Sun)

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