Tuesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Ticketus have agreed a deal with Paul Murray to cut £17m off the debt owed to them by Rangers, should Murray's Blue Knights consortium take control of the Glasgow club. (Daily Record)

But Murray has been told by Rangers' administrators to improve his bid before tomorrow's deadline for takeover offers. (Daily Exspress)

Rangers' current owner Craig Whyte has again dismissed suggestions that he is now 'irrelevant' at Ibrox, adding he is willing to walk away from Ibrox with nothing if it is for the good of the club. (Various)

Whyte also says he has 'no problem' with the Blue Knights consortium, despite his previous disagreements with their leader Paul Murray. (Various)

Celtic could be without Ki Sung Yueng for crucial Champions League qualifiers after Fifa ruled players must be freed to play in the Olympics. (Daily Mail)

Trabzonspor want to take Polish forward Pawel Brozek back to Turkey from Celtic to replace their star striker, who is on the verge of a big-money move. (Daily Record)

Aberdeen goalkeeper Jamie Langfield, whose contract at Pittodrie runs out at the end of the season, is on Hibernian's wanted list. (Daily Express)

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