Tuesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama is to commit his long-term future to the club, despite interest of big clubs in England. (Daily Record)

More good news for Celtic is the return from injury of Beram Kayal and Joe Ledley, with Georgios Samaras also making good progress. (Various)

Rangers chief executive Charles Green expresses pity for Lord Nimmo Smith, who is leading a three-man independent panel into the club's use of EBTs. (The Sun)

St Johnstone manager Steve Lomas has criticised Ross County's Richard Brittain for making the most of the challenge that led to Rowan Vine's dismissal in Dingwall. (Various)

The Scottish Football Association has written to Fifa to ask why it is now investigating Scotland forward Steven Naismith's off-the-ball clash with Serbia's Srdan Mijailovic during the match at Hampden. (Various)

Rangers attacking midfielder Dean Shiels insists the Ibrox side are not scared of Scottish Premier League leaders Motherwell, who they meet in the Scottish Communities League Cup on Wednesday. (Daily Express)

Dundee United manager Peter Houston says the "concern over television money" put talks of a contract extension on the back burner at Tannadice - his deal runs out in the summer. (Daily Express)


The European Ryder Cup team look certain to play in the blue and white coloured clothing made famous by the late Seve Ballesteros on the final day of the tournament in Medinah. (Daily Express)

Edinburgh's David Denton reveals that he was charged at by a lion while on safari back home in Zimbabwe. (Daily Mail)

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