Sunday's Scottish Gossip
Celtic expect fresh talks with Cardiff City over a deal to sell Victor Wanyama to the Welsh club. The Bluebirds previously had a £10m for the midfielder rejected but Celtic are now willing to do business.
Hearts administrator BDO has opened talks with Scotland's football authorities in an attempt to keep Danny Wilson at Tynecastle, now that John Sutton is off the Tynecastle wage bill.
Wilson's loan from Liverpool expires on Sunday and Hearts' previous efforts to sign him on full-time basis were scuppered when they entered administration and incurred a registration embargo.
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Meanwhile, former Hearts manager John Robertson and former Tynecastle assistant Billy Brown have offered to assist boss Locke for free as he attempts to prepare the Edinburgh side for next season.
Manager Neil Lennon is confident Celtic will be able to make an improved offer that will keep Anthony Stokes at the club, after the striker rejected a previous contract extension.
And Lennon says qualifying for the group stages of the Champions League is more important to him than winning the domestic treble next season.
Jamie Baker intends to pursue a career in banking after announcing his retirement from tennis.
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