Sunday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Spartak Moscow have agreed to sell Republic of Ireland's Scottish-born midfielder, Aiden McGeady, who has fallen out of favour with coach Valery Karpin, if a club meets their £12.5m valuation. (the Sun)

Scotland and Leeds United midfielder Robert Snodgrass is a summer signing target for Bolton Wanderers, Norwich City and West Brom. (Sunday Mail)

Burnley have told Brian Easton he will not play for them again and can leave for free in the summer as the full-back is not in Eddie Howe's long-term plans and another appearance would trigger an additional fee to Hamilton Academical. (the Sun)

Hearts could wipe out nearly all of the £900,000 Rangers would be due for finishing second in the Scottish Premier League should the Edinburgh club make an official complaint about £800,000 still owed for the transfer of Lee Wallace. (the Sun)

The Rangers Fans Fighting Fund have vowed to pay small businesses owed less than £1,000 by the football club in administration. (Sunday Express)

Rangers have not paid for a £354 crystal parting gift to former captain David Weir, who left the club in January before it went into administration. (Sunday Express)

Singapore businessman Bill Ng, who is fronting a five-man consortium to buy Rangers, claims he has been a fan of the Ibrox club since childhood. (Sunday Mail)

Bill Ng, the chairman of Hougang United in Singapore, says he has been planning his £20m takeover of Rangers since last year. (Various)

Charlie Richmond is set to resign this week as a senior referee after being overlooked for Scottish Premier League games for much of this season. (Sunday Mail)

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish is odds-on with bookmakers to leave Anfield in the summer after a disappointing run of results. (Racing Post)

Mikael Lustig fears for his place in Sweden's Euro 2012 squad as the full-back has failed to cement a starting place in the Celtic team. (Sunday Mail)


Little-known Hawick trainer George Bewley has an anxious wait to see if his horse will be in the 40-strong field for the Grand National as Abberybraney is presently ranked 55th ahead of Thursday's announcement. (Mail on Sunday)