Friday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


New Rangers owner Charles Green has told the Walter Smith-led consortium to stump up £20m if they want to take control of the club. (Sun)

Chelsea are at the front of the queue to sign Victor Wanyama after the midfielder's agent confirmed the midfielder wants to leave Celtic after just one season. (Daily Express)

Italy star Rino Gattuso, who had expressed an interest in returning to Rangers, is poised to join Swiss club FC Sion. (Various)

Former Rangers favourite Jorg Albertz believes Walter Smith is the only man to unite the troubled Ibrox club. (Daily Mail)

Former captain Richard Gough also thinks Smith is the best man to lead Rangers. (Sun)

Peter Nowak has been sacked by US club Philadelphia Union after reportedly applying for the managerial vacany at Hearts. (Various)

Kilmarnock goalkeeper Cammy Bell is a target for Ipswich, Bristol City and Nottingham Forest. (Sun)

Having failed to land former Dundee United goalkeeper Dusan Pernis, Hibs will have to fight off interest from Russia, Poland and Hungary for Tomas Cerny, who is a free agent after leaving Hamilton Accies. (Sun)

Ross County want to bring Martin Scott back to Victoria Park after the midfielder's unhappy spell at Hibernian. (Various)

St Johnstone's hopes of agreeing a deal with midfielder Lee Croft are in peril, with Oldhan also chasing the 26-year-old free agent. (Daily Express)