Sunday's Scottish Gossip

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The £12m deal to take Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama to Southampton is back on according to Parkhead boss Neil Lennon. (Sunday Mail)

And Lennon is looking for Israeli midfielder Beram Kayal to step into Wanyama's shoes if he does leave. (Mail on Sunday)

Hearts defenderDanny Wilson insists his troubled time at Liverpool has made him a better player. (Sun)

Hibs coach Jimmy Nicholl has revealed he quit Kilmarnock because the club took too long to decide on whether to offer him the manager's job. (Various)

And new Killie manager Allan Johnston has warned his players they will be certainties for relegation if they play like they did last season. (Various)

Inverness CT manager Terry Butcher has defended his policy of focusing on signing players form the English lower leagues. (Mail on Sunday)

Brazilian central defender Emilson Cribari is set to leave the club as manager Ally McCoist looks to trim his squad. (Mail on Sunday)


Andy Murray's final opponent, Novak Djokovic, has received a dressing down from Wimbledon chiefs over his modified trainers. (Sunday Mail)

Paul Lawrie has said he was left stunned by Graeme McDowall's criticism of the Scottish Open's Castle Stuart course. (Sunday Mail)