Monday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Rangers' prospective owner Charles Green has until the end of today to table a CVA or it wil be too late to save the club from liquidation. (The Daily Record)

And Green may meet Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell in the next 48 hours, ahead of Wednesday's meeting of all 12 SPL clubs. (The Herald)

While Rangers' administrators are confident they can reach agreement with creditors, including HMRC. (The Daily Mail)

Or, they have played down claims that a deal has been reached with the taxman. (The Daily Express)


Scotland striker Kenny Miller has admitted the national side were an 'embarrassment' after the 5-1 defeat by the USA. (Various)

Fulham are set to launch a £5m bid for Scotland under-21 striker Jordan Rhodes, scuppering a Celtic move for the Huddersfield player. (The Daily Record)

Celtic defender Darren O'Dea wants the club to release him on a free transfer. (The Scotsman)

And national team boss Craig Levein has insisted he would rather have James Morrison in his side than American hat-trick hero Landon Donovan. (The Sun)

Coventry's James McPake, who captained Hibs on loan last season, is having crunch talks with the east Midlands club to thrash out his future. (The Scotsman)