Monday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Billionaire American businessman Donald Trump considered a move to buy Rangers both before and during the club's fall into administration but backed off when the depth of their financial woes became clear. (Press & Journal)

Ipswich are leading the chase for out-of-contract Dundee United midfielder Scott Robertson. (Sun)

Hearts coach Gary Locke insists the club must do all they can to keep Scottish Cup-winning manager Paulo Sergio. (Sun)

Hibs manager Pat Fenlon admits he let himself down with his touchline gesture towards the end of Saturday's humiliating defeat at Hampden. (Various)

However, Fenlon insists the offensive gesture was not aimed at the Hearts fans who were taunting him. (Various)

Former skipper Murdo MacLeod describes Hibs's display in the Scottish Cup final as "an embarrassment from start to finish". (Daily Record)


Hearts fan Eilidh Child enjoyed her weekend, notching the 400m hurdles B qualifying standard for the Olympics with a run of 55.92 secs. (Various)