Thursday's Scottish Gossip
Neil Lennon says defender Kelvin Wilson can leave Celtic to join Nottingham Forest with his head held high after putting in a good performance in Champions League qualifying triumph over Elfsborg.
Wilson stressed that his £2.5m move to Billy Davies' side is down to family reasons and not financial ones. (The Sun)
St Johnstone defender Frazer Wright has vowed to protect the Perth club's 42-year unbeaten home record in Europe. (Various)
The Dark Blue Business Trust has withdrawn its offer of investment in Dundee, clearing the way for American investors to succeed with a bid to buy a controlling stake.
Rangers striker Jon Daly says the Ibrox side will be flying when all the club's new signings are eligible to play. (Daily Record)
Potential Rangers bidder Dave King claims the club could be in administration by Christmas unless Charles Green lowers his asking price and sells up.
St Mirren boss Danny Lennon thinks it possible for the Paisley side to win the Scottish League Cup again this season. (Various)
Honduran midfielder Jorge Claros has pleaded with Hibs to find the cash to buy him after he pledged to go on strike at his Montagua club until he wins a move. (Various)
South African Premier Soccer League side Bloemfontein Celtic are targeting Partick Thistle midfielder Steven Lawless. (The Sun)
Partick Thistle are trying to tie up a deal to sign former Falkirk and Motherwell winger Kallum Higginbotham. (Daily Mail)
Kilmarnock hope to sign Celtic's Australian under-20 international Jackson Irvine on loan. (Daily Express)