Tuesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Celtic face a four-way fight for Dundee United's Johnny Russell before Friday's transfer deadline. (The Daily Mail)

Auxerre defender Willy Boly has urged Celtic manager Neil Lennon to launch a deadline-busting big-money move for him.

Full story: The Scottish Sun

Rangers defender Kirk Broadfoot will host exist talks with Ibrox chiefs in the next 24 hours after being told he can leave.

Full story: The Scottish Sun

Meanwhile, Dorin Goian confirmed he will be coming back to Rangers after his loan spell with Italian side Spezia, but says remaining at the Ibrox side would have killed his dream of playing in the World Cup for Romania.

Full story: The Daily Record

Hibs keeper Mark Brown has joined Ross County on a one-year deal.

Full story: The Daily Record

Celtic target Markus Jenriksen of Rosenberg is currently in talks with AZ Alkmaar with a view to snubbing the Glasgow side. (The Daily Record)

Meanwhile, Celtic's run in the Europa League last season netted the SPL champions £1.58m, according to Uefa figures. (The Daily Record)

Rangers have made a move for German midfielder Michael Fink, who left Turkish side Samsunspor at the end of last season.

Full story: The Express

Scottish Football Association president Campbell Ogilvie has warned there will be no shortcut back to the top flight for Rangers. (Various)

Celtic defender Thomas Rogne has revealed he is on the verge of agreeing a new deal.

Full story: The Express

Motherwell chief executive Leanne Dempster has told manager Stuart McCall he will be given limited funds to sign new players before the transfer window closes on Friday. (The Express)

Dundee United winger Gary MacKay-Steven will undergo an operation which will see him sidelined for up to six weeks. (The Express)

Scotland keeper Allan McGregor will has given more hope that he'll be fit in time for next month's double-header with Serbia and Macedonia after making the Besiktas bench. (The Daily Mail)

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