Monday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Rangers forward Kyle Lafferty can leave Ibrox for a bargain £500,000 in the summer after recent contract renegotiations at the troubled club. (Sun)

Motherwell keeper Darren Randolph has cleared Sone Aluko of diving and admits he should have been sent off for his trip on the Rangers midfielder. (Various)

Kilmarnock's stand-in captain James Fowler reckons the Rugby Park team can deny Celtic the point they need to seal the SPL championship next weekend. (Various)

Motherwell are on their way to becoming the SPL's first fan-owned club after raising more than £300,000 in the first phase of the Well Society project. (Sun)

Blue Knights consortium chief Paul Murray insists he can save Rangers from the threat of liquidation. (Daily Mail)

Former Sheffield Wednesday chairman Lee Strafford has warned Rangers fans that US-based Club 9 Sports promised the Owls major investment before their potential takeover fizzled out. (Daily Record)

Brian Kennedy could be set for a dramatic return to the bidding war for Rangers. (Sun)

St Johnstone boss Steve Lomas is furious his side were denied a penalty at Celtic Park on Sunday and that referee George Salmond missed a blatant foul in the build up to the home side's second goal. (Various)

Inverness manager Terry Butcher branded his defence "the back four from hell" after yesterday's 3-2 loss to Hibs. (Various)

Scottish boss Alex Miller is facing the sack at Russian outfit FC Sibor - after just five games. (Daily Express)

Sunderland are eyeing up a summer move for Wolves and Scotland striker Steven Fletcher. (Sun)


Edinburgh have sold more than 30,000 tickets for Saturday's Heineken Cup quarter-final with Toulouse at Murrayfield. (Various)

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