Wednesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Charles Green warns SPL rivals that they will kill Scottish football if they boot out Rangers. (Sun)

Green may face a challenge for Rangers as two other previous bidders prepare fresh moves to buy the club. (Herald)

The prospective Rangers owner has also accused HMRC of misleading Rangers fans over his CVA bid. (Scotsman)

Rangers' newco faces a legal battle to avoid a mass exodus of star players from Ibrox. (Various)

The tax investigation at Rangers could now involve looking at former Rangers players. (Herald)

Rangers fans have warned Green that it's time to start living up to his word. (Daily Express)

Rangers defender Kirk Broadfoot is demanding answers from administrators Duff & Phelps on why they did not sell Steven Naismith. (Sun)

An SPL insider says a newco Rangers can't expect a free pass back into the SPL. (Daily Record)

Celtic captain Scott Brown says that the prospect of no Old Firm matches next season leaves him gutted. (Various)

Goalkeeper Fraser Forster has denied holding Celtic to ransom as his transfer saga rumbles on. (Sun)

Aberdeen manager Craig Brown is confident Hearts won't gazump his move for ex-Inverness winger Jonny Hayes. (Various)

Hibs' bid to sign Slovak defender Lubo Michalik has received a major boost after he quit Carlisle. (Sun)

St Mirren chairman Stewart Gilmour has moved to allay fans' fears over new owners by insisting the new owners will be 'football people'. (Daily Express)

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