Friday's Scottish Gossip

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Manager Neil Lennon admits he is resigned to losing goalkeeper Fraser Forster, predicting that Celtic will not be able to resist a large bid for the Englishman. (Various)

Rangers' surviving board members are considering a move for former SFL chief executive David Longmuir. (Daily Express)

But fans' representatives left yesterday's summit with Jim McColl and Paul Murray are convinced they are the men to take Rangers forward. (Various)

Hibs defender Michael Nelson has a suspected fracture in his eye socket and is set for a period on the sidelines. (Sun)

Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes believes returning midfielder Barry Robson will pep up the performances of his team-mates. (Daily Express)

Celtic are keeping tabs on Dundee teenager Craig Wighton and may move for the forward in January. (Sun)

Inverness boss Terry Butcher reckons the arrival of his old Rangers team-mate Neal Cooper as assistant manager has been instrumental in Ross County's success. (Various)

Dunfermline manager Jim Jefferies will meet the League One club's new fan-based owners next week to discuss his contract and the club's future. (Various)