Wednesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip

FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Sale Sharks owner Brian Kennedy could this morning launch an 11th hour bid for Rangers. (Daily Record/Sun)

Celtic striker Anthony Stokes was shown a red card by referee Euan Norris after the final whistle in Sunday's Scottish Cup semi-final loss to Hearts. (Sun)

Rangers skipper Steven Davis may miss the rest of the season with a groin injury. (Various)

Dundee United midfielder John Rankin has agreed a one-year contract extension. (Daily Express)

Media Pro Sports, who failed with a bid for Queen of the South, is considering an approach for control of St Mirren. (Herald)

Hearts defender Craig Thomson, who pled guilty to sex offences, believes he could return to Tynecastle next season after his loan spell in Lithuania. (Daily Record)

Garry Kenneth may have played his last match for Dundee United after injuring his hamstring. (Various)

Danny Grainger is pleading with the Hearts board not to break up the team that has reached the Scottish Cup final. (Daily Record)

Motherwell aim to agree new deals with Steve Jennings, Keith Lasley and Steven Hammell in the next few weeks. (Daily Express)

Hugh Murray will be leaving St Mirren at the end of the season following 15 years with the Paisley club. (Sun)

Inverness skipper Richie Foran is urging Jonny Hayes to stay with the Highlanders for at least one more season. (Daily Record)

Rangers manager Ally McCoist is growing increasingly worried about the future of the club and wants the preferred bidder announced immediately. (Various)

The Blue Knights consortium say they will pay the club's footballing debts in full if they end up in control of Rangers. (Herald)

OTHER GOSSIP

New Zealander Ben Atiga has vowed to wow Edinburgh Rugby fans with his dynamic attacking style next season. (Various)

Former world champion Scott Harrison aims to make his comeback fight at Glasgow's Kelvin Hall on 8 June. (Herald)

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