Saturday's Scottish Gossip

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Rangers will have £1m left in the bank by April at the present rate of spending, the club's finance director Brian Stockbridge told fans at a meeting on Thursday. (Various)

St Johnstone striker Stevie May is close to signing a new contract at McDiarmid Park, according to chairman Steve Brown. (Daily Mail)

If Dave King is to return to the Rangers board, the South African-based businessman wants fellow former director Paul Murray to join him. (Daily Record)

Scotland midfielder Charlie Adam says former manager Craig Levein was right to criticise him after a poor showing in last year's defeat to Wales in Cardiff. (Various)

Scotland defender Russell Martin hopes Celtic star Kris Commons can be persuaded to return to the international scene. (Daily Record)

Former Celtic midfielder Murdo MacLeod is urging the club to agree new deals with Georgios Samaras, Joe Ledley and Anthony Stokes, who are out of contract at the end of the season. (Daily Record)

Uefa are considering scrapping international friendlies and replacing them with a new Nations League tournament. (Herald)


Scotland head coach Scott Johnson will not beg 20-year-old fly-half Tommaso Allan to reverse his decision to switch allegiances to Italy. (Daily Mail)