Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Rangers, Duffy, Morelos, Dundee Utd, Hibernian, Nisbet

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Dundee United's players and staff will meet on Thursday to discuss wage cuts but some are unhappy at the 20% reduction owner Mark Ogren is proposing (Daily Record)external-link.

And Ogren has laid bare the brutal financial realities at Tannadice as the club embarks on a cost-cutting programme that "could get messy" (Courier)external-link.

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Ogren has ruled out a fire sale of players in January in order to balance to books at Tannadice (Evening Telegraph).external-link

Celtic boss Neil Lennon has urged his players to use recent criticism as fuel to beat Lille in the Europa League (Daily Record)external-link.

And Lennon has admitted speaking with centre-back Shane Duffy amid a poor run of form, with the Ireland defender keen to bounce back (Scottish Sun)external-link.

Scottish Sun

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard says winger Ryan Kent will have to outshine players worth £100m if he is to break into the England team (Scottish Sun)external-link.

And Gerrard says he does not know what the future holds for striker Alfredo Morelos beyond the next transfer window in January (Scotsman)external-link.

Scotland head coach Steve Clarke is keeping close tabs on Hibernian striker Kevin Nisbet ahead of the national side's Euro 2020 play-off with Serbia in two weeks (Edinburgh Evening News)external-link.

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