Wednesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Rangers owner Craig Whyte says he will be remembered as the saviour of the club in a phone call to a Celtic fan who then uploaded a recording of the conversation to YouTube. (The Record)

Agents for Rangers players attempting to thrash out a pay-cut deal at Ibrox are holding up the negotiations. (The Star)

A redundancy clause for all staff at Ibrox is believed to be the stumbling block for the club's administrators reaching a consensus with players over a pay-cut deal. (The Herald)

Steven Naismith, Steven Whittaker and Steven Davis are the three players who have rejected a pay-cut deal that has stalled the negotiation process. (The Record)

Rangers defender Dorin Goian insists he will easily find a new club if the administrators release him. (The Scotsman)

Swedish striker Mervan Celik's agent insists he is still a Rangers player, despite walking away from the club on Tuesday. (The Record)

The Ibrox club's administrators have clocked up a bill of more than £1m for the advice they've been giving the club over its financial problems. (The Record)

Former captain Lorenzo Amoruso says he is not a cheat after revelations that Rangers may have signed players on hidden payment contracts during his time at the club. (The Record)

A probe into a charity linked to Rangers is underway after it emerged that the Old Firm club is to get most of the cash from a friendly with AC Milan due to take place this month. (The Star)

Hibernian chairman Rod Petrie has accused Rangers of damaging the sporting integrity of the Scottish Premier League. (The Scotsman)

Former manager Walter Smith insists Rangers' history will never die, even if the current version of the club goes out of existence. (The Star)

Falkirk chairman Martin Richie insists the club was saved by loans of £500,000 from the board of directors. (The Star)

Hibs boss Pat Fenlon says he's keen to extend the contract of in-form midfielder Lewis Stevenson. (The Star)