Sunday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Rangers owner Craig Whyte is to dig deep to land Carlos Cuellar and Kyle Bartley and promises fans that he will stump up more than his original estimate of £5m for Ally McCoist to enter the transfer market. (Sunday Mail)

Carlos Cuellar will snub Rangers for a move to Espanyol but his arrival at the Barcelona club will help the Ibrox side sign Raul Rodriguez, who will be pushed further down the defensive pecking order. (Sunday Express)

Celtic chairman Peter Lawwell praises Neil Lennon for steering the club in the right direction. (Sunday Mail)

Hibernian goalkeeper Graham Stack hopes to challenge Mark Brown for the number one position at Easter Road now that he has recovered from a back injury. (Sunday Herald)

David Weir is "delighted" to have signed a new one-year deal with Rangers. (Sunday Times)

Rangers goalie Neil Alexander says he is delighted that Allan McGregor has signed a six-year contract at Ibrox, even though it means his own chances of first-team football will be limited. (Sunday Mail)

Celtic still want to bring Craig Bellamy back to the club. (Sunday Mail)

Scotland midfielder Darren Fletcher has been told to stay away from Manchester United's training ground to minimise the risk of passing on a mystery virus. (Sunday Mail)


Scottish golfer Paul Lawrie, who shot a third-round 81, criticises the organisers of The Open for the way they had set out the course in "brutal" conditions at Royal St George's. (Sunday Herald)