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FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Cardiff City have ended their interest in Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama.

And Southampton are now favourites to sign the Kenya international.

Full story: Daily Recordexternal-link

Meanwhile, former Wolves defender Steven Mouyokolo has earned a one-year deal at Celtic after impressing on trial.

Full story: Daily Expressexternal-link

Scottish Professional Football League chief executive Neil Doncaster insists the nine-year television contract he has secured with overseas broadcasters justifies his appointment to the role.

Full story: Daily Recordexternal-link

Former Hearts player Saulius Mikoliunas has criticised the Tynecastle tenure of Vladimir Romanov for his stewardship of the club, highlighting the majority shareholder's "ego" as a problem.

Full story: the Sunexternal-link

Chairman Ian Murray of the Foundation of Hearts, a fans group hoping to buy the club out of administration, has predicted other bidders will drop their interest before next Friday's deadline for offers.

Full story: the Scotsmanexternal-link

But Gordon McKie, who is heading a separate consortium keen on Hearts, insists his group will only continue their bid if they can agree a partnership with the Foundation of Hearts.

Full story: the Heraldexternal-link

Rangers have taken former Southend defender Bilel Mohsni on trial.

Full story: Daily Mailexternal-link

OTHER GOSSIP

Andy Murray, who is bidding to reach the Wimbledon final, has described advice given to him by Sir Alex Ferguson as "gold dust" ahead of the semi-final against Jerzy Janowicz.

Full story: the Independentexternal-link