Tuesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Celtic are keen on Aidan White, soon to be out of contract at Leeds, but Newcastle and Norwich are also interested in the 20-year-old wing-back. (Daily Record)

Scotland forward James McFadden, released by Everton, has rebuffed an approach from Aberdeen, saying he wants to remain in England. (Various)

Motherwell midfielder Keith Lasley is close to agreeing a new two-year contract at Fir Park. (Daily Record)

Goalkeeper Fraser Forster will decide this week if he is to join Celtic on a permanent basis. (Various)

Manchester-based Mike McDonald is to pull out of Charles Green's proposed Rangers takeover, citing the club's 12-month transfer ban as an obstacle to his plans to profit from future player sales. (Daily Record)

Former Rangers star Mark Hateley fears manager Ally McCoist could be forced to quit if there is exodus of senior players from Ibrox in the summer. (Various)

The group behind a long-touted community takeover at St Mirren believe their plans can become a reality by 4 July. (Herald)

Aston Villa midfielder Barry Bannan will consult with Scotland boss Craig Levein before making a decision on taking part in the GB Olympic squad. (Various)

Former Hibs forward Derek Riordan says he has "a few offers" from English clubs as he prepares to leave St Johnstone after a short-term deal. (Daily Express)


Mercedes are targeting Scotsman Paul di Resta as a replacement for Michael Schumacher, if the seven-time world champion retires at the end of the season. (Sun)

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