Friday's Scottish Gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Celtic are considering a move for Moroccan midfielder Issam El Adoua as a possible replacement for Victor Wanyama. (Daily Record)

Celtic manager Neil Lennon believes a £10m investment will see his squad become regulars in the latter stages of the Champions League. (Various)

The Celtic boss has demanded his players lift their game and the win the SPL title before the split. (Daily Express)

Aberdeen have drawn up a three-man shortlist for the manager's job at Pittodrie. (Daily Mail)

And retiring manager Craig Brown has offered to leave now to let his successor get started. (Sun)

Celtic manager Neil Lennon thinks Aberdeen fans will only appreciate departing manager Craig Brown's work once he has left. (Daily Star)

Former Scotland and Liverpool star Kenny Dalglish insists Sunday's League Cup final will be the biggest game of Hearts duo Michael Ngoo and Danny Wilson's career. (Scotsman)

Former St Johnstone manager Derek McInnes thinks Hearts should keep interim manager Gary Locke in place until the end of the season. (Daily Star)

Dundee could field new signing, goalkeeper Steve Simonsen, in Sunday's Dundee derby. (Sun)

Kilmarnock are trying to reach a deal for Lithuanian goalkeeper Ernestas Setkus. (Daily Star)

Dunfermline fans have issued a 10:00 GMT deadline for owner Gavin Masterton to accept their offer to buy the club. (Various)


Scotland flanker Alasdair Strokosch insists interim head coach Scott Johnson would have the backing of the players if he got the job on a permanent basis. (Various)

British US Open champion Andy Murray has challenged British tennis chiefs to stop squabbling and find solutions. (Various)

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