Thursday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Former Rangers director Paul Murray says he will save the club from liquidation, and that he is working on a CVA proposal to do so. (Various)

Rangers manager Ally McCoist will be in three meetings between potential buyers and administrators before the weekend. (Various)

Blackpool are leading the race to sign former Rangers player Gregg Wylde. (Daily Mail)

Sir David Murray describes the threat of Rangers non-executive director Dave King to sue him over non disclosure of vital financial information as "a joke". (Daily Express)

King says any new owner of Rangers would need to have £50m to keep the club going. (Daily Record)

Celtic have opened contract talks to make goalkeeper Fraser Forster's loan move from Newcastle permanent. (Daily Express)

Midfielder Mervan Celik, who left Rangers voluntarily as the club looks to cut costs, says he has no regrets about moving from GAIS in Sweden in January. (Various)

Dundee United manager Peter Houston believes his team will have to move up another gear if they are to beat Celtic in the Scottish Cup at Tannadice on Sunday. (Various)

Dundee re-sign their former midfielder Mark Fotheringham. (Daily Express)

Celtic are keeping an eye on Wisla Krakow's Israeli midfielder Maor Melikson. (The Sun)


Manager Alex Morrison reveals that legendary fighter Marvin Hagler told him he should sign Ricky Burns when he saw him fight in his debut in 2001. (Daily Record)