Wednesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Manager Neil Lennon admits he may have to sell one of his top stars to fund Celtic's crack at Champions League qualifying. Full story: (Daily Record)external-link

Bill Miller is on the brink of pushing through his takeover of Rangers after Brian Kennedy and the Blue Knights refused to copy the American's "new company" plan. Full story: (Daily Record)external-link

Kilmarnock boss Kenny Shiels wants to land loan stars Ben Gordon, Mo Sissoko and Lewis Toshney on permanent deals. (Sun)

Aberdeen goalkeeper Jamie Langfield is holding out for a two-year deal, having been offered a one-year contract extension. (Various)

Hibernian goalkeeper Mark Brown admits Hibernian have been feeling the pressure as they have slipped to within three points of bottom club Dunfermline. (Daily Record)

St Johnstone have offered midfielder Chris Millar a new contract. (Various)

Dunfermline have handed teenage defender Kerr Young a new one-year deal. (Various)

Queen of the South chairman David Rae has rejected a second approach for his shares from Pro Media Sports. (Various)

Gary Bollan is keen on the vacant manager's position at Queen of the South. (Daily Express)

Manager John McGlynn has been given a new one-year contract at Raith Rovers. (Various)

Former Aberdeen defender Zander Diamond has been released by Oldham. (Various)

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