Monday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Honduran midfielder Jorge Claros, aka "The Pitbull", claims he is on his way from Motagua to Rangers and reveals that he has spoken to Celtic full-back Emilio Izaguirre about the move. (Daily Express)

Experienced Estonian right-back Enar Jaager has arrived in Glasgow for a week-long trial at Rangers. (Daily Record)

But one player who might be heading out of Ibrox is John Fleck, who could fix up a loan move to Blackpool on Monday. (Daily Record)

Celtic winger Kris Commons describes team-mate Gary Hooper as "priceless", while manager Neil Lennon jokes that the player is worth £35m as the club attempts to repel moves by Southampton for the striker's signature. (Various)

Aberdeen have offered a contract to former captain Russell Anderson, 33, as he continues his recovery from a hamstring injury. (Daily Express)

Kilmarnock's Dean Shiels says he is more interested in securing a top-six finish in the Scottish Premier League and doing well with the Rugby Park club than earning more money at another club. (Daily Express)

Dundee United's bid to sign Hamilton striker Dougie Imrie has stalled because the First Division side want more than the £25,000 being offered for the 28-year-old. (Daily Record)

United captain Jon Daly said his team gave Celtic too much respect in the first half of their game on Saturday and that led to them going two goals down. (The Sun)


Glasgow Warriors captain Al Kellock says his team are not giving up hope of progressing from their Heineken Cup group, despite their defeat by Leinster leaving the Firhill side relying on other teams' results to go their way. (Various)