Saturday's Scottish Gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Kilmarnock face a winding-up order over a bill of £16,000 said to be owed by the club. (Daily Mail)

Celtic manager Neil Lennon has been encouraged by positive words from ex-England boss Fabio Capello on their chances of a Champions Leagus win over Juventus. (Various)

Celtic striker Anthony Stokes has admitted it will be a tough challenge to get back into the side. (Sun)

Australian ex-Rangers defender Tony Vidmar has urged Celtic fans to give countryman Tomas Rogic time to settle after signing for the club. (Daily Record)

New Hearts signing Danny Wilson could start for the Edinburgh club against Celtic after signing on Friday. (Various)

Motherwell manager Stuart McCall has downplayed speculation linking him with the position of Dundee Utd boss. (Daily Mail)

Dundee Utd captain Jon Daly has revealed he could quit the club at the end of the season. (Various)

Dundee striker Colin Nish aims to take out his frustration at some botched DIY on former club Hibernian. (Scotsman)

While Ryan Fraser has left Aberdeen, midfielder Rob Milsom is eager to extend his stay at the club. (Daily Express)

Dunfermline have staved off the threat of a winding-up order thanks to a loan from majority shareholder Gavin Masterton. (Various)

Rangers chief executive Charles Green will hold talks over goalkeeper Neil Alexander's long-term future this week. (Daily Express)

And Green is keen on opening an academy with Australian club Central Coast Mariners. (Herald)

Sir Alex Ferguson insists surgery gives Scotland captain Darren Fletcher the best chance of salvaging his top-flight career. (Various)