Thursday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Rangers' administrators are accusing the SPL of undermining their efforts to keep the club in business with their new financial fair play proposals. (Various)

Aberdeen manager Craig Brown reckons Fraser Fyvie is too good for suitors Fulham and should hold out for a move to the likes of Manchester United or Arsenal. (Daily Record)

Liverpool, Aston Villa, Sunderland and Swansea are keeping an eye on Motherwell winger Chris Humphrey. (Sun)

Hibs and Hearts are both interested in Lithuanian goalkeeper Ernestas Setkus. (Daily Express)

James Forrest may play no further part in Celtic's season as he struggles with a calf injury. (Sun)

On-loan midfielder Lee Croft will miss the rest of St Johnstone's campaign after picking up a torn hamstring. (Daily Record)

Emilio Izaguirre has been named in Honduras' preliminary Olyimpic squad and could miss Celtic's Champions League qualifiers. (Daily Express)

Lisbon Lion Bertie Auld reckons Celtic need a player similar to manager Neil Lennon's for next season's European campaign. (Scotsman)

Inverness boss Terry Butcher is urging his out of contract players to prove they are worth new deals. (Various)

Aberdeen midfielder Nicky Low is close to signing a new one-year deal at Pittodrie. (Daily Express)

Former Celtic midfielder Mark Millar is to quit Falkirk at the end of the season. (Daily Express)


French club Perpignan have emerged as favourites to sign Mike Blair after the scrum-half announced he would be leaving Edinburgh. (Various)

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