Tuesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Kyle Lafferty has played his last game for Rangers after a bust-up with manager Ally McCoist. (Sun)

The Blue Knights bid to buy Rangers could still be scuppered by a series of demands made by Craig Whyte in return for his shares, despite the club owner's ban from Scottish football for life. (Herald)

American businessman Bill Miller has moved further ahead in the race to gain control of Rangers, with the club's administrators describing his bid as "very close to deliverable". (Scotsman)

St Johnstone striker Francisco Sandaza has apologised to his team-mates following his red card against Dundee United on Saturday. (Various)

Celtic's pre-contract signing Jaroslaw Fojut is sweating over the extent of a knee injury sustained in Poland. (Daily Mail)

Sheffield Wednesday are eyeing up Celtic defender Glenn Loovens, who is out of contract in the summer. (Daily Express)

Kilmarnock captain Manuel Pascali is expected to sign a new three-year contract with the Rugby Park club. (Herald)

Aberdeen have offered a new contract to goalkeeper Jamie Langfield, who played his first game in 11 months at the weekend. (Scotsman)

Brentford are leading the chase to sign Dundee United midfielder Scott Robertson when his contract expires at the end of the season. (Various)

Hibs defender Paul Hanlon is urging striker Leigh Griffiths to grab the goals that will keep the club safe from relegation before suspension rules him out of the clash with bottom side Dunfermline. (Various)

Hibs midfielder David Wotherspoon is also banned for the potential relegation crunch fixture with the Pars. (Various)

Willie Gibson has been told there is no way back for him at Falkirk despite apologising for leaving the stadium after being subbed at half-time on Saturday. (Daily Express)


Montpellier have confirmed the signing of Scotland back-row forward Johnnie Beattie. (Herald)

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