Wednesday's Scottish Gossip
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Rangers have rejected Nottingham Forest's £900,000 bid for defender Lee Wallace and told the Championship club they value the full back at £1.4m. (Various)
Wolves have rejected a second offer from Celtic for £1.25m-rated striker Leigh Griffiths and warn time is running out to agree a deal.
St Mirren have told defender Danny Grainger he is free to find another club amid a lack of first-team action. (Sun)
Dundee United are braced for a bid from Everton for full back Andy Robertson. (Sun)
Hearts boss Gary Locke is confident Ryan Stevenson would turn down a move to Rangers before the transfer deadline. (Record)
Former St Johnstone striker Gregory Tade, transfer-listed at CFR Cluj, believes Ryan Stevenson was right to reject a move to Romania because the media are ruthless with new players. (Record)
Former Motherwell defender Tom Hateley says his move to Polish outfit Slask Wroclaw is playing havoc with his wedding plans. (Record)
New Elgin City boss Barry Wilson has vowed to unlock the League Two club's potential as crowd pullers. (Various)
Barry Ferguson's hopes of being named Blackpool boss suffered a blow after his side were thumped 5-1 by Reading. (Various)
Celtic have complained to the SPFL after claiming their fans will be badly inconvenienced to the kick-off change to next month's home game against St Johnstone. (Herald)
Scotland head coach Scott Johnson will stick with tried and tested players when he later names his side to face Ireland in their opening Six Nations match against Ireland. (Herald)