Scottish Football Live: McLeish sacked | Hearts boss on star's future | Rangers flop retires | Bayern legend wants Celtic job | No deal for Ibrox target

Follow The Scotsman’s daily blog as we keep you updated with all the latest news, views, rumours and much more from around Scottish football.

.

Refresh for live updates.

Alex McLeish has been sacked from his position as Scotland national team boss by the Scottish FA. (The Scotsman)

Sign up to our Football newsletter

Sign up to our Football newsletter

Hearts boss Craig Levein is prioritising the permanent signing of Steven Naismith over his fitness for the Scottish Cup final.
Former Rangers midfielder Matt McKay has retired. The Australian midfielder made just three appearances for the club after signing for 250k in 2011. (Scottish Sun)
Steve Clarke has been placed as favourite for the Fulham job. The Cottagers, relegated from the Premier League, are currently managed by interim boss Scott Parker. (Daily Mail)
Motherwell chief Alan Burrows has revealed there is no deal for Rangers target Jake Hastie. The wide man is wanted by a number of teams and his deals expires in the summer. (Scottish Sun)
Bayern Munich legend Willy Sagnol will throw his hat into the ring for the Celtic job. His representative confirmed he will apply for the position. (Scottish Sun)
Alex McLeish could be sacked as Scotland boss. The Scottish FA will meet on Thursday morning with the expectation he will be relieved of his duties. (Scottish Sun)
Timothy Weah believes extending his stay at Celtic beyond the end of the season is among a number of options as he assesses the next stage of his career. (The Scotsman)