Saturday's Scottish Gossip

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Trabzonspor and Austria striker Marc Janko tells Celtic he would walk from Turkey to Glasgow to sign for them. (Various)

Celtic striker Mo Bangura is not interested in a loan move to Henrik Larsson's Falkenberg side in Sweden. (Daily Record)

Captain Scott Brown says it took his three years to settle in at Celtic so he is not surprised that Amido Balde and Teemu Pukki have failed to make an immediate impact. (Various)

Manager Neil Lennon insists there is no rift between himself and the Celtic board over funds to sign a new goalscorer. (Various)

Rangers have brought in former Liverpool and Arsenal financial chief Philip Nash to oversee the cost-cutting required at Ibrox. (Daily Record)

Ally McCoist believes he won't be forced to sell his top players at Rangers to help to balance the books. (Daily Express)

The Rangers boss reveals that the 50% cut on his £825,000 salary has finally been enforced. (Daily Mail)

St Mirren manager Danny Lennon expresses sympathy for Hearts' plight over their signing embargo but believes the ban must stay in place. (Daily Express)

And he says he is going to stand by his playmaker Paul McGowan, who was sentenced to community service this week for assaulting two police officers. (The Sun)

Former Rangers midfielder Fernando Ricksen, in Glasgow this weekend, says his time at Ibrox was the best of his career and he wants to thank fans for their support in his fight against motor neurone disease. (The Sun)