Monday's Scottish Gossip

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FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Celtic boss Neil Lennon warns he could leave Scotland following the abuse he received from fans at Saturday's Aberdeen - St Johnstone League Cup semi-final. (Various)

Inverness CT manager John Hughes wants Celtic Park or Ibrox to stage their League Cup final meeting with Aberdeen. (Various)

Hearts goalkeeper Jamie MacDonald is furious that referee John Beaton did not penalise Caley Thistle for a handball in the build up to their stoppage-time equaliser in a dramatic Easter Road semi-final. (Daily Record)

Uruguay want to play a friendly against Scotland in Spain on 30 May. (Herald)

Crystal Palace are set to loan out Scotland midfielder Barry Bannan after a large recruitment drive in January. (Daily Record)

OTHER GOSSIP

Winger Max Evans believes Scotland can recover from a dismal Six Nations start in Ireland and beat England at Murrayfield next Saturday. (Scotsman)

Stephen Gallacher's successful defence of the Dubai Desert Classic should see him rise to a career-high 37th in the world rankings. (Various)

A debut Masters appearance and a first Ryder Cup place are now firmly in the Scot's sights. (Various)

Gary Anderson picked up his first title in nearly three years by landing the German Darts Championship. (Sun)