Tuesday's Scottish Gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Scotland full-back Alan Hutton insists he can shackle Welsh star Gareth Bale after man-marking Cristiano Ronaldo for Real Mallorca. (Daily Star)

Cardiff City want to bring Celtic's Welsh midfielder Joe Ledley 'home' - if they win promotion to the English Premier League. (Mirror)

Celtic manager Neil Lennon is considering another attempt to sign Wolves striker Kevin Doyle. (Daily Express)

Liverpool are set to make a summer move for Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama. (Daily Mail)

Celtic defender Emilio Izaguirre faces missing out on next season's Champions League qualifiers due to international commitments. (Evening Times)

Rangers chief executive Charles Green has pledged to pay a fee to Third Division sides - should they allow Old Firm 'colt' teams into a new set-up. (Various)

St Mirren manager Danny Lennon
St Mirren manager Danny Lennon has made a trophy vow

St Mirren manager Danny Lennon has vowed it will not be another 26 years before the Paisley side win another major trophy. (Daily Record)

And Lennon will be rewarded for winning the Scottish League Cup by being awarded a new contract with the club. (Sun)

But the Paisley club are still up for sale despite their Scottish League Cup win on Sunday. (Daily Star)

Hearts fan groups are mulling over a blueprint for buying out majority shareholder Vladimir Romanov. (Various)

Aberdeen legend Willie Miller has urged the club to replace retiring manager Craig Brown now rather than at the end of the season. (Daily Mail)

Dundee United have made a pre-contract move for Partick Thistle midfielder Paul Paton. (Daily Star)

Dundee captain Gary Irvine has revealed how he had an unhappy birthday on Sunday after being sent off in the Dundee derby. (Various)

Dunfermline have eight days to prevent liquidation after the club were served with a winding-up order. (Herald)


Former Scotland captain Al Kellock has vowed to prove interim head coach Scott Johnson wrong and make the 2015 Rugby World Cup. (Daily Mail)

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