Press and Journal - Calderwood unmoved by transfer speculation - Aberdeen manager Jimmy Calderwood has few concerns about the constant chatter linking his captain Russell Anderson with a move away from Pittodrie - and is convinced the Scotland international will remain with the club. The January transfer window is open and Portsmouth manager Harry Redknapp and Middlesbrough assistant manager Mlacolm Crosbie wsatched Tuesday's goalless draw between Dons and Hibs at Easter Road.
Daily Mail - Dons enter race for Bairns star Gow - Jimmy Calderwood wants to secure the Falkirk striker on a pre-contract deal to move to Pittodrie in the summer.
Smith requires his regulars - Scotland manager Walter Smith has stressed the need for his key performers - including axed Rangers skipper Barry Fertguson - to play regular first-team football.
Lucky Bhoys got more than just a fine player with Elvis, says Smith
Vlad who? He may be big news in Scotland but Romanov remains a mystery figure for the Lithuanian people.
Daily Star - Paul calls the shots - Murray backs boss as the end looms at Gers for Fergie
Pittodrie no-go for flu stars! - Jimmy Calderwood has banned his stars from Pittodrie for 48 hours to contain an outbreak of flu. Eight players including captain Russell Anderson, Scott Severin, Chris Clark, Gary Dempsey, Jamie Langfield, Karim Touzani, Barry Nicholson and Michael Hart - have now been stricken by the virus.
Daily Express - Pittodrie put under quarantine
Baz will be driven out - Paul Le Guen will make axed skipper Barry Ferguson sweat on the sidelines until after the Scottish Cup clash with Dunfermline on Sunday before deciding if he has a future at Ibrox.
The Sun - Swallow your pride, Barry
Hibs, Dons want Gow
Jimmy needs a Caldo cure
It's just Pospisil he'll stay - Hearts have told Michal Pospisil they want him to stay
Daily Record - Barry crisis talks to save his Gers career
Stay away - Jimmy bans his flu-hit stars
Dillon's not an Arab yet - Levein closes in on Irish star
Tommo is gutted by armband snub - Axed Hibs skipper Kevin Thomson last night told how he's been left humiliated by manager John Collins' deciion to strip him of the captaincy.
It took balls to axe Barry and Le Guen has now certainly shown who's boss - but time will tell if it's the right or wrong decision
Kevin Thomson: "Being stripped of the captaincy has been like a dagger through my heart"
The Herald - Rangers step up interest in Hibs pair as Ferguson talks begin
The Scotsman - Hibs trial for Chelsea goalkeeper
Captains fall one by one after failing to toe line
Strachan welcomes returning "presence" of Dutch striker