Wednesday's Scottish Gossip

FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Hearts administrators have revealed they hope to have a CVA proposal ready by the end of this week. (The Scottish Daily Express)

The Tynecastle club is set to appoint Robbie Neilson as their new player development manager. (The Scottish Daily Express)

Meanwhile, Hearts assistant manager Billy Brown says Hibernian have been found wanting when placed in high-pressure situations as the two sides prepare to meet in the League Cup quarter-finals. (The Scotsman)

Anthony Stokes says he'll be staying at Celtic until he's scored 100 goals after signing a new three-year deal with the Scottish champions. (The Scottish Sun)

Meanwhile, Celtic are tracking Partick Thistle full-back Aaron Taylor-Sinclair after the Jags man caught Neil Lennon's eye with a string of top displays this season. (The Scottish Sun)

Livingston chairman Gordon McDougal is confident the club can look forward to the future with greater security thanks to a £1m debt-for-equity swap. (The Scottish Daily Express)

Former Celtic manager Martin O'Neill has emerged as a shock replacement for Ian Holloway at Crystal Palace. (The Scottish Daily Mail)