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FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Genk striker Jelle Vossen describes Celtic as "a big and great club" amid rumours that the Belgian international is on manager Ronny Deila's list of signing targets. (Scottish Sun on Sunday)

Scotland goalkeeper Allan McGregor went on a pub crawl in Edinburgh and Glasgow with football pals on Saturday, the day he was meant to be marrying his girlfriend Leah Shevlin. He called off the wedding 10 days ago. (Scottish Sun on Sunday)

Hearts and Hibernian have joined Rotherham and Wigan in showing interest in St Mirren midfielder John McGinn, while Hearts hope to sign Queen of the South striker Gavin Reilly in the next few days. (Sunday Mail)

Rangers manager Mark Warburton's move to bring Danny Wilson back to Ibrox is in trouble after a week of talks failed to reach an agreement with the 23-year-old defender, while freed 35-year-old Derby midfielder John Eustace is believed to be a signing target. (Scottish Sun on Sunday)

John Eustace
John Eustace would make an ideal leader for Rangers, argues Malky Mackay

Former Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay describes Eustace as "a real warrior, a leader". (Sunday Mail)

Warburton reveals he has yet to meet the Rangers chairman, Johannesburg-based Dave King, because it was board members Paul Murray and John Gilligan who dealt with his appointment. (Various)

Rangers will re-open talks with Danny Wilson in the next three days to try to conclude a deal to bring him to Ibrox. (Sunday Mail)

Manager Derek McInnes is more motivated than ever to achieve success after failing to win silverware for Aberdeen last season. (Mail on Sunday)

Dundee midfielder Nicky Low is looking forward to playing beside Gary Harkins, whose dad was Low's PE teacher in Greenock. (Scottish Sun on Sunday)

St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright says he has gladly swapped playing golf in Portugal this summer for early pre-season training at Stirling University as the club prepares for Europa League qualifiers. (Mail on Sunday)

John Collins says striker Leigh Griffiths looked him in the eye halfway through the season and told him he was going to change his ways and has since improved his fitness, diet and work rate. (Various)

OTHER GOSSIP

With the World Cup looming, Scotland head coach Vern Cotter has been trying to toughen his players by making them spend the night on a mountain in France and complete army exercises. (Mail on Sunday)

Glasgow Warriors and Scotland winger Sean Maitland says he is excited about the prospect of recovering from injury to play for London Irish in the Aviva Premiership and about playing more at full-back too. (Scotland on Sunday)

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