Wednesday's Scottish Gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip

FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor is warning SPL rivals that ignoring the views of fans in league reconstruction would be an act of commercial suicide. (Daily Mail)

Scotland striker Kenny Miller, 33, is not ready to call time on his international career - after hinting at the possibility last week. (Daily Record)

Inverness CT manager Terry Butcher hopes he can persuade Aaron Doran, David Raven and Owain Tudor Jones to agree contract extensions. (Daily Express)

Dundee are offering 32-year-old junior goalkeeper Jon Connolly a route back to senior football, provided he loses weight over the summer. (Various)

Kilmarnock's James Dayton is out for the rest of the season after puncturing a lung and breaking four ribs in an accidental collision at Ross County on Saturday. (Various)

And Kilmarnock manager Kenny Shiels says it will be "a miracle" if his youthful squad can secure a top-six finish in the SPL. (Various)

Liam Craig wants to leave St Johnstone with a going away present of a European place before he joins Hibs in the summer. (Various)

Former Aberdeen striker Duncan Shearer fears there is no chance the Pittodrie club will be able to refuse summer offers for prolific forward Niall McGinn. (Daily Record)

Rangers are interested in Panama midfielder Anibal Godoy. (Daily Record)

Rangers dismiss as "ridiculous" any attempt to cover a legal bill of £500,000 for the SPL-commissioned investigation into undisclosed payments at Ibrox. (Various)

Rangers goalkeeper Neil Alexander has put his house and car up for sale in order to cover a dramatic drop in wages but fears the club are determined to release him in the summer. (Daily Record)

Neil Murray has left his position as Rangers chief scout but will continue to act as a consultant for the Third Division champions. (Various)

OTHER GOSSIP

The Scottish Rugby Union are pleased with the job done by interim head coach Scott Johnson but say a decision on whether the Australian lands the job permanently is still some way off. (Various)

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