Monday's Scottish Gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Celtic manager Neil Lennon insists Motherwell star James McFadden is not on his summer shopping list. (The Record)

Three of India's brightest talents have been invited to train with the league champions Celtic, Mohamed Habib, Suman Dutta and Lazim Ali with spend time at the club's youth academy in August. (The Record)

Motherwell's Michael Higdon has told Neil Lennon he was out of order for blasting the PFA Scotland nomination snub of Celtic's players. (The Sun)

Meanwhile Lennon has branded Kilmarnock manager Kenny Shiels as the David Brent of Scottish football for calling the Glasgow club "Paranoid FC". (The Sun)

Rangers manager Ally McCoist hopes to hold "crunch budget talks" with the club's new chief executive Craig Mather this week. (The Sun)

SPL restructuring will be back on the agenda when all 12 clubs meet at Hampden today. (The Sun)

Kilmarnock keeper Cammy Bell insists he will give the Ayrshire club his full commitment even though he's poised to sign a lucrative deal with Rangers. (The Sun)

St Mirren defender Marc McAusland insists the Buddies are not ready to push the panic button despite Dundee's resurgence to avoid redundancy. (The Express)