Friday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip

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Four Rangers players have agreed to massive wage cuts in a bid to save the ailing club, including Allan McGregor and Steven Davis. (The Sun)

Salim Kerkar is hoping top avoid the axe after signing a one-year deal with Rangers last season. (The Record)

Bolton boss Owen Coyle says he needs a ruling from Fifa on whether he can sign ex-Rangers star Gregg Wydle who walked away from the club earlier this week. (The Record)

Rangers have failed to pay the final £150,000 installment owed to Swedish side Orebro for American star Alejandro Bedoya. (The Record)

Hopes are rising that Rangers will be in the hands of new owners by the end of the season. (The Record)

Rangers' administrators are confident the crisis-hit club will be pulled back from the abyss. (The Star)

Uefa has ruled out any notion that Rangers will be given dispensation to play in Europe next season. (The Scotsman)

Seven bidders are in the frame to battle it out for control of the crisis-hit Ibrox club. (The Sun)

Potential bidder Paul Murray has been told to "put up or shut up" by inside sources at Rangers. (The Sun)

Would-be Rangers owner Dave King is barred from buying the Ibrox club under Scotland's proceeds of crime laws. (The Record)

Rangers have been thrown a lifeline by the taxman to do a deal to save the stricken club. (The Sun)

The financial mess at Ibrox could take months to sort out according to money experts Ernst and Young. (The Sun)

Craig Whyte's shares in Rangers are set to be siezed by the club's administrators in a bid to re-take control of the club. (The Mail)

The infamous deal with Ticketus that Whyte used to purchase Rangers is believed to be close to collapse.

Former Rangers midfielder Jorg Albertz has slammed claims that players were given under-the-table contracts and vowed to show the SPL all of his paperwork from his time at Ibrox. (The Star)

Celtic are lining up a glamour clash with Chelsea in the New York Yankees' baseball stadium set for this summer. (The Sun)

Hearts owner Vladimir Romanov has assured Jambos boss Paulo Sergio that he's keen to keep him on at Tynecastle. (The Record)

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