Monday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Jean-Alain Boumsong reveals he almost quit Rangers when he discovered that he would be paid in part through an employee benefit trust, but he says he would be happy to come back to the club on a cut-price deal. (Various)

The Scottish FA held "hush-hush" talks over the weekend with Scotland's football bodies about league reconstruction taking place before the start of next season. (Various)

Sky say they will continue to cover the SPL even if newco Rangers are not admitted to the top tier - but they will seek to change the terms of the £80m five-year deal that remains on the table but is unsigned. (Daily Mail)

Rangers defender Dorin Goian insists he is staying at the troubled Glasgow club. (The Sun)

But Goian warns Rangers owner Charles Green that the team's stars won't play in the Third Division. (Daily Record)

Kilmarnock manager Kenny Shiels looks to add two more strikers to avoid Dieter van Tornhout and Paul Heffernan from burning out. (Daily Record)

Scotland international midfielder Robert Snodgrass is a signing target for Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert. (Daily Record)

Former Scotland captain Colin Hendry wants to see the FA and the SFA create a mini tournament around next year's Auld Enemy match at Wembley. (Daily Express)

Scotland manager Craig Levein says his father brought back a piece of turf from Wembley in 1977, where Scotland had beaten England. (The Sun)

Victor Wanyama refuses to commit his future to Celtic after being linked with a move to England. (The Sun)

Businessman Jim McColl will submit a £6m offer to buy Rangers on Monday from Charles Green and his consortium. (The Herald)

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