Thursday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Craig Whyte has told Rangers' administrators he would rather see the club liquidated than sell his shares to Paul Murray's Blue Knights. (Record)

Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster, in his second loan spell from Newcastle, insists he won't be rushed into making a decision on his future. (Sun)

Rangers supporters have stepped in to pay the money owed to Dunfermline but will not do the same for Dundee United. (Various)

Kilmarnock chairman Michael Johnston has asked his team's supporters to give up their seats to Celtic fans, should the visitors be able to clinch the SPL title at Rugby Park. (Daily Mail)

Hibs boss Pat Fenlon is relieved his side face Inverness CT in the Highlands this weekend after admitting his players "panic" during games at Easter Road. (Herald)

Aberdeen goalkeeper Jamie Langfield may quit Pittodrie at the end of the season, having recovered from a seizure and undergoing brain surgery last summer, and Jason Brown impressing in his absence. (Record)