Thursday's Scottish Gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Celtic boss Neil Lennon is a frontrunner to replace Manchester United-bound David Moyes at Everton. (Daily Mail / Daily Express)

Inverness CT are to sign midfielder Ben Greenhalgh, 20, from English non-league side Concord Rangers. (Daily Record)

Ross County will need to spend £400,000 laying a new pitch at Victoria Park over the summer, having done the same last year. (Sun)

Aberdeen hero Willie Miller insists his old club are "ill-advised" to say Peter Pawlett had been put on trial by the media following the midfielder's ban for diving. (Daily Mail)

Former Hibs boss John Collins says he'd be tempted to leave out star striker Leigh Griffiths for Sunday's Edinburgh derby at Tynecastle, fearing the club's star man could pick up an injury before the Scottish Cup final. (Daily Express)

Reports from Lithuania suggest financially-troubled Hearts owner Vladimir Romanov has suffered a stroke. (Daily Mail)

Scotland manager Gordon Strachan describes retiring Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson as "a force of nature". (Daily Mail)

Polish side Jagiellonia Bialystok are bidding to hijack Rangers' bid for Queen of the South striker Nicky Clark. (Daily Express)

Stranraer manager Stephen Aitken has signed a new two-year contract. (Various)

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