Saturday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Former Rangers director Paul Murray will meet administrators next week as he attempts to pull together a rescue package for the Ibrox club. (Daily Record)

Two American-based consortiums are pondering takeover bids for Rangers after Sheffield Wednesday chairman Milan Mandaric distanced himself from any potential deal. (Sun)

Celtic manager Neil Lennon has hinted that Rangers should be stripped of trophies won between 2001 and 2010, if it is proved the use of Employee Benefit Trusts gave the Ibrox club an advantage. (Various)

Rangers legend Brian Laudrup insists Celtic need their Old Firm rivals to emerge from their current plight in order to provide competition in Scotland's top flight. (Various)

Hearts boss Paulo Sergio believes the Edinburgh club have little chance of finishing third in the league this season. (Various)

Injured goalkeeper Tomas Cerny has been released by Hamilton Accies. (Sun)

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