Wednesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Celtic manager Neil Lennon will shun his club's Spanish Winter training camp to scout potential signings in England. (Various)

However, Lennon insists the break in the sun will prepare his players for their Champions League clash with Juventus. (Various)

Iceland have warned the Scottish FA off any move for their manager Lars Lagerback to fill the vacant Scots national team role. (Daily Record)

Rangers winger David Templeton has urged Hearts star Ryan McGowan to join him by signing a pre-contract agreement with the Ibrox club. (Various)

But McGowan's brother and Hearts team-mate, Dylan, is pleading for Ryan to stay with the Tynecastle club. (Sun)

Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has claimed he was in secret talks to buy Rangers and start the club in the bottom tier of the English league. (Herald)

Aberdeen midfielder Stephen Hughes has urged the club to offer manager Craig Brown a new deal. (Various)

Dundee Utd captain Jon Daly insists he is not the answer to the Terrors' defensive problems. (Sun)

St Mirren manager Danny Lennon has claimed that the SPL have ruined Christmas for the Paisley side by forcing them to travel to the Highlands. (Various)


Edinburgh's Roddy Grant admits his side are on a revenge mission when they face Glasgow in the second leg of the 1872 Cup on Saturday. (Various)

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