Sunday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Prospective Rangers owner Charles Green has insisted the club would have folded without him. (Various)

Green has also pledged to raise £30m for the Ibrox club by the end of July. (Sunday Express)

The Yorkshireman also insists that Rangers fans will be able to sack him if they don't like the way he runs the club. (Sunday Mail)

Rangers manager Ally McCoist has revealed that Italian midfielder Rino Gattuso is willing to turn down millions to play for Rangers. (Scottish Sun)

Celtic are set to hand Victor Wanyama a new contract after he denied wanting to quit Parkhead. (Scottish Sun)

Scottish football will risk chaos next week by publishing a full fixture list - despite Rangers' future still being shrouded in doubt. (Sunday Mail)

Scottish FA president Campbell Ogilvie, Rangers' secretary from 1978-2002, offered to stand down from his post if required. (Various)

Former Dundee Utd and St Mirren manager Alex Smith insists the SPL is killing the Scottish game. (Scottish Sun)

David Weir and Jimmy Calderwood are both in the race to become Hearts manager. (Sunday Express)

Alloa manager Paul Hartley has said he would love to return to Tynecastle as manager. (Sunday Mail)

Ex-Dundee United winger Danny Swanson has insisted that a row with manager Peter Houston was behind his lack of first-team action last season, not injury. (Sunday Express)

Murray Davidson has invested money in two greyhounds, who have won a dozen races this year. (Scottish Sun)

Free agent James McFadden has issued a come-and-get-me plea to clubs as he looks to get his career back on track. (Sunday Mail)