Thursday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Celtic manager Neil Lennon will give Stipe Pletikosa another chance to impress in goal for the club after having little do in his appearance against Cardiff. (Daily Express)

Bursaspor director of transfers Erkan Kamat says Rangers' £400,000 bid for Kenny Miller is "ridiculously low". (The Herald, Daily Express)

Cardiff City have had their bid for Miller accepted and the Scotland striker looks likely to move to Wales. (Various)

Miller will have a medical at the Championship club on Thursday. (The Sun)

Hearts boss Jim Jefferies has set his players a minimum target of finishing third in the Scottish Premier League. (Daily Record)

Jambos striker Kevin Kyle is targeting a return from injury in late August. (The Sun)

Orest Lenczyk, coach of Dundee United's Europa League opponents Slask Wroclaw, reveals that he spent three days learning from Jock Stein at Celtic in 1970. (Daily Record)

Ahead of United's second-leg match against the Poles, boss Peter Houston says he would rather lose 5-0 than go out with a goalless draw - United are 1-0 down from the first leg. (The Herald)

Hibernian manager Colin Calderwood hopes to get international clearance to sign trialist Junior Agogo and is still in the market to sign Cillian Sheridan from CSKA Sofia. (Daily Record)

If American midfielder Alejandro Bedoya is to move to Rangers, he would prefer to do so now rather than when his contract expires in November. (Daily Express)

Queen of the South have signed forward Tom Brighton on a one-year deal. (The Herald)

Everton manager David Moyes advised David Weir to keep playing with Rangers for as long as possible even though it meant the veteran defender would not join the coaching set-up at Goodison. (The Herald)


Berwick darts star Gary Anderson says he was knocked out of the World Matchplay tournament in Blackpool because there were so many Scots partying in the crowd that he thought he was at a stag do.

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