Friday's Scottish gossip
Dundee United striker Jon Daly insists he is in no rush to quit Tannadice for a big-money move to a club in England.
Brian Kennedy remains in the running to finalise a takeover at Rangers despite being told his revised offer has been rejected. (Various)
American tycoon Bill Miller is stepping up his bid to seize control of Rangers and believes rival bidders have been stalling.
Aberdeen boss Craig Brown intends to bring in a striker and playmaker to bolster his squad at Pittodrie ahead of next season. (Daily Record)
Former Dons boss Jimmy Calderwood is to leave his post at Go Ahead Eagles but has effectively ruled out a return to Scotland. (Various)
Dunfermline manager Jim Jefferies wants to give former Hearts striker Kevin Kyle the chance to resurrect his career with the Pars. (Various)
Motherwell's Stevie Hammell believes the only ingredient missing from an impressive season is a victory over one of the Old Firm clubs. (Express)