Sunday's Scottish Gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


A new bid by Rangers and Celtic to join English ­football is receiving top-secret backing from Prime Minister David Cameron. Full story: Sunday Peopleexternal-link

Rangers manager Ally McCoist says he would feel uncomfortable "stabbing the SFL in the back" if the Ibrox club were invited to join a new SPL2. (Various)

Inverness CT midfielder continues to discuss a potential summer move to Birmingham. (Scotland on Sunday)

Scotland manager Gordon Strachan is worried his squad are "too nice" and wants to see more aggression from his internationals. (Sunday Herald)

Dundee United chairman Steven Thompson is warning clubs that are wary of reconstruction proposals that they are wrecking the prospect of progress. (Sunday Mail)

Dundee hope to sign up striker Andrew Barrowman who was made redundant by Dunfermline this week. (Various)

Hibs manager Pat Fenlon admits his first full season in charge will be a failure if the club finish in the bottom half of the SPL. (Sunday Mail)

On-loan defender Danny Wilson would love to stay on at Hearts next season but worries the cash-strapped club will have to let him go. (Sunday Mail)

The ownership of East End Park remains the biggest stumbling block in Dunfermline's bid for survival. The stadium is owned by a company in which Pars owner Gavin Masterton is the biggest shareholder. (Scotland on Sunday)

Highly-rated teenage Celtic defender Marcus Fraser will not play again in 2014 after suffering cruciate ligament damage. (Sun)