Wednesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Motherwell have hijacked Aberdeen's bid to sign Queen's Park defender Paul McGinn. (The Daily Star)

Celtic keeper Fraser Forster said he hoped that the England manager Roy Hodgson was watching his performance in the 2-0 away victory against Helsingborgs in the Glasgow club's Champions League qualifier. (The Scottish Daily Mail)

Rangers manager Ally McCoist has confirmed that Dorin Goian is the latest player to walk away from Ibrox on a loan deal with Italian Serie B side Spezia. (The Daily Record)

Hearts have received clearance to play Peter Enckelman in their Europa League qualifier against Liverpool on Thursday. (The Scottish Daily Express)

Motherwell boss Stuart McCall remains hopeful of persuading James McFadden to agree a short-term deal ahead of the Lanarkshire side's Europa League clash with Levante. (The Scottish Daily Express)

Dundee are preparing to swoop for ex-Dundee United midfielder Mark Kerr. (The Scottish Daily Express)

FC Ashdod defender Efe Ambrose says his agent is speaking to Celtic about a possible move. (The Scottish Sun)

Rangers have signed former France under-20 defender Sebastian Faure yesterday, subject to international clearance. (The Scottish Sun)

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