Monday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Rangers' new owner Craig Whyte has admitted the Ibrox outfit would have had to sell keeper Allan McGregor if he had not bought the club. (The Sun)

Celtic manager Neil Lennon has urged Dundee United to give Rangers a stern test when the sides meet at Ibrox in their penultimate game of the SPL season on Tuesday. (The Star)

Dundee United's Garry Kenneth has said Lennon has no reason to worry about the Tannadice side's commitment levels in Glasgow. (The Express)

Scotland striker Kenny Miller was caught up in rioting in Turkey that forced his side Bursaspor to abandon their game. (The Star)

Rangers defender Sasa Papac has revealed he will make a decision about his future at the end of the season. (The Star)

Hearts manager Jim Jefferies is set for crunch talks with Hearts owner Vladimir Romanov after Marius Zaliukas's shock internal ban from Saturday's defeat at Rangers. (Daily Record)

Jefferies admits he's in he dark as to whether Zaliukas will feature in Wednesday night's meeting with Celtic at Tynecastle. (The Mail)

Kilmarnock are ready to offer striker Nigel Hasselbaink the chance to stay in the SPL with a possible move to Kilmarnock. (The Record)

St Johnstone chairman Geoff Brown reckons boss Derek McInnes deserves a bigger club than Brentford, who are seeking the McDiarmid Park manager's signature. (The Record)

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