Sunday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Hearts' Scottish Cup-winning manager Paulo Sergio does not know if he will be at Tynecastle next season now that he is out of contract. (Various)

Defeated Hibernian boss Pat Fenlon says he felt "physically sick" after watching his team lose 5-1 to their old rivals at Hampden. (Various)

Hearts owner Vladimir Romanov says the cup win is "a decent reply for all the unfairness from those people I have faced throughout the last seven years". (The Sun)

Rosenborg midfielder Markus Henriksen says it's "nice" clubs like Celtic are interested in signing him but he is not certain to leave the Norwegian outfit in the summer. (Sunday Mail)

Dundee United manager Peter Houston has opened new contract talks to extend his Tannadice stay beyond next season. (Sunday Mail)

Harry MacLean, Dundee's chief executive when they went into administration in 2010, thinks Rangers should be able to cope with a 12-month transfer embargo on players of 18 years and over, because they have 40 players on the books. (Scotland on Sunday)

Celtic have agreed a deal with the Israeli FA that midfielder Beram Kayal, just back from injury, should not play two international friendlies at the end of this month. (The Sun)

Scotland manager Craig Levein believes Wigan playmaker Shaun Maloney ought to be in the Scotland Hall of Fame with more than 50 caps - instead, he has only 19. (The Sun)

Rangers prospective owner Charles Green admits that he knows he is being viewed warily by some fans of the Ibrox club, but says he'll be gone just as soon as he has balanced the books. (Sunday Mail)

Stranraer striker Michael Moore believes the prospect of eight derbies next season against Ayr and Queen of the South should be enough to help his team get past Albion Rovers in the second leg of their play-off on Sunday afternoon. (Sunday Mail)

Goalkeeper Dominic Cervi, who has just left Celtic, could be about to sign for MLS Cup winners LA Galaxy. (The Sun)

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