Wednesday's Scottish Gossip
Defender Kelvin Wilson will walk out on Celtic to rejoin Nottingham Forest in a £2.5m deal after the Champions League qualifying tie against Elfsborg.
Elfsborg boss Jorgen Lennartssen is ready to play a half-fit Mo Bangura for the Champions League third qualifying round second leg. (Various)
Rangers shareholder Jim McColl has launched a blistering attack on Charles Green, accusing him of pushing the Ibrox club to the brink of another financial disaster. (Daily Record)
McColl says if they don't get rid of Green, Rangers are in danger of going into a very dark place and it could take 20 years to repair the damage.
Some Rangers fans staged a sit-in protest as controversial former Rangers chief executive Green returned to Ibrox for the friendly game against Newcastle.
New St Mirren loan signing Conor Newton hopes to persuade his Newcastle team-mate Adam Campbell to join him in Paisley. (Various)
Former Celtic winger Paddy McCourt could sign a short-term deal with Hibernian. (Various)
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes believes striker Calvin Zola will be a huge hit in the Scottish Premiership (Daily Record)
Former Rangers, Dunfermline and Aberdeen midfielder Barry Nicholson insists he is not on the verge of signing for Kilmarnock, despite training with them. (The Herald)
Andy Barrowman, Tom Hateley, Stephen Hughes, Andy Webster and Garry Hay are just five established Scottish top flight players still trying to find a new club.
St Johnstone striker Steven MacLean admits he could be replaced in the starting XI to face Minsk on Thursday by in-form Stevie May. (The Herald)