Thursday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Celtic will move for £1m-rated Brazilian goalkeeper Fabiano if Fraser Forster decides against joining the SPL champions on a permanent basis. (Daily Express)

Hearts are set to reward manager Paulo Sergio with a new contract. (Daily Express)

Meanwhile, Sergio does not think his side have been given the credit they deserve for beating Celtic in the Scottish Cup semi-final. (Daily Record)

Ross County face a fight to keep skipper Richard Brittain, with St Johnstone keen on the midfielder. (Sun)

The community-interest company aiming to take control of St Mirren believe they are close to their goal. (Herald)

Inverness striker Gregory Tade is mulling over the offer a new contract. (Daily Express)

Striker Kevin Kyle would welcome the chance to join former manager Jim Jefferies at Dunfermline if he can recover from a long-term hip injury. (Daily Record)

Hearts and Hibs will learn today how many tickets their supporters will be offered for the Scottish Cup final, with a 50-50 split likely. (Various)

Former Hibs star John Blackley insists the club's famous 7-0 win over Hearts would be trumped by victory in the Scottish Cup final. (Various)

Annan Athletic aim to join the growing ranks of Scottish Football League teams with an artificial pitch. (Various)


Ulster officials are confident they will sell as many as 40,000 tickets for their Heineken Cup semi-final with Edinburgh in Dublin. (Herald)

Scotland all-rounder Richie Berrington has been named as Greenock's new player/coach. (Herald)

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