Rangers are in a court battle today in an attempt to have their registration embargo lifted and, having argued that they could lose first team players over the summer, may have to make a decision on Kyle Lafferty's future.
Meanwhile, across the city, Celtic are reportedly weighing up a loan offer for Leicester City's Matt Mills, whose alliterative name makes him sound like the alter-ego of a Marvel Comics superhero.
Elsewhere in the world of football, Andriy Voronin has put Euro 2012 defenders on the whatever the exact opposite of red alert is. He should have watched the prophetic Ukranian cartoon from 42 years ago that demonstrates exactly how to beat the top teams in Europe.
The club launched an application for a judicial review against a 12-month signing embargo on Friday after losing an SFA appeal the previous week.
The pair, who are free agents after leaving Alloa Athletic and Annan Athletic respectively, are subject to interest from a number of sides in the BOV Premier League.
The out-of-contract midfielder has been offered a new deal at Fir Park.
The defender is out of favour at the King Power Stadium and could consider a switch to the SPL (Daily Record)
The newly-promoted Championship side may bolster their attack with the addition of the Rangers striker (Scottish Sun)
The midfielder has told MLSSoccer.com that this season has been "most extreme and bizarre scenario that I’ve been in since I’ve been playing”.
With the Euro 2012 kick-off rapidly approaching, the manager does not believe too much can be read into the 5-3 humbling his team received at the hands of Switzerland.
The Guardian looks at who needs who in the English top flight this summer.
In Bed with Maradona looks at self-inflicted problems that are hindering African football associations .
Andriy Voronin's horror miss
The Ukraine striker was hoping to hone his striker's instinct against Estonia as the co-hosts gear up for Euro 2012. This happened.
42-year-old Ukrainian cartoon forecasts Euro 2012 Group D
In "How the Cossacks played football" the team play Sweden, France and England. The Swedish attack formation is splendid.
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