Football Talk: Celtic eye Moore, Tynecastle overtime
Your daily round-up of what's happening across Scotland and beyond.
Forget counting down to Christmas, there are now only 46 days left before football clubs can start shopping.
Planning early is the key to getting what you want and it has emerged Brendan Rodgers already has his top target for January.
After a series of injuries meant defensive reshuffle after reshuffle, he has been linked with a move for Reading's Liam Moore.
The club could be planning for the future, too, with reports claiming they are scouting. Glenavon midfielder Mark Sykes.
All eyes this week are on Tynecastle and the race to get the stadium ready for the visit of Partick Thistle on Sunday.
No safety certificate has been issued yet and while Hearts are hopeful work will be done in time, Thistle are concerned a postponement could give them a fixture pile-up.
Don't be surprised if Nick Knowles and the DIY SOS team are spotted in Edinburgh in the next couple of days.
Elsewhere, Paul Lambert has been tipped as the perfect Scotland manager, the SFA have announced the latest step in Project Brave and Kieran Tierney has something in common with Gareth Bale.