Sunday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Aston Villa are weighing up a £12m double swoop for Scotland stars Allan McGregor and Charlie Adam. Villa assistant boss Gary McAllister says both men are on Gerard Houllier's list of targets. (Sunday Mail)

Nottingham Forest have put St Johnstone manager Derek McInnes at the top of their list to succeed Billy Davies should he leave the club. (News of the World)

Rangers will face competition from Everton, WBA and Sunderland for the out-of-contract Blackpool midfielder David Vaughan. (News of the World)

Vaughan says deciding whether to join Rangers or stay in the EPL is the biggest decision of his career, but admits the lure of playing in the Champions League with Rangers is an exciting prospect. (Sunday Mail)

SFA chief executive Stewart Reganbelieves next week's AGM could represent "a major watershed" in the game's governance. Regan is hopeful a "huge programme" of reforms will be voted through. (Scotland on Sunday)

Goalkeeper Graham Stack says he took a pay-cut to sign a new one-year deal with Hibs, adding that being settled in Scotland was more important than better financial offers elsewhere. (Sunday Mail)

Scott Brown is backing former Hibs team-mate Kevin Thomson to get back into the Scotland squad for next season's Euro 2012 qualifiers and admits that he's amazed the Middlesbrough midfielder has been able to recover from serious injury so often. (Sunday Mail)

New Hearts siging Jamie Hamill has set his sights on a first Scotland cap once he settles into the first team at Tynecastle. (News of the World)

Striker Mickael Antoine-Curier says he hasn't closed the door on a return to Hamilton Accies. (Sunday Mail)

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