Tuesday's Scottish Gossip

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Celtic's Joe Ledley has warned Mo Bangura that his Parkhead career could be over if he kills the club's Champions League dream. (Various)

SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster is refusing to push the panic button despite Hearts and Dunfermline teetering on the bring of ruin just days before the season starts. (The Daily Record)

Pars United, the fans' group attempting to save Dunfermline Athletic, hope to strike a deal with creditors over a CVA to save the cash-strapped Fife outfit from liquidation. (The Daily Record)

Meanwhile, Hearts' administrator Bryan Jackson has told bidders to come up with millions more than the current offers if the club is to be saved. (The Scottish Sun)

The Tynecastle club could go to the wall unless the two remaining prospective buyers significantly improve their bids. (The Scottish Daily Express)

Scottish football's brave new world could be plunged into chaos if Hearts go out of business, with the new SPFL consisting of just 11 clubs. (The Times)

Former Celtic hero Chris Sutton reckons Gary Hooper will regret swapping Glasgow for Norwich, after the player admitted he made the move to boost his chances of reaching the England squad. (Various)

Rangers have taken the former English Premiership players Mamady Sidibe and Hameur Bouazza on trial. (The Scottish Sun)

Kilmarnock midfielder Sammy Clingan will miss the first six weeks of the season with a knee injury. (The Scottish Daily Express)

Dundee United have dropped their interest in trialist Neil Trotman. (The Scottish Daily Express)