Tuesday's Scottish Gossip

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Celtic's £4.5m move for Norwich and Scotland midfielder Robert Snodgrass may hinge on Joe Ledley's future at the Scottish champions. (Sun)

Rangers boss Ally McCoist has defended the club's use of a four-star hotel before the League One clash at Forfar. (Various)

Former Inverness CT forward Adam Rooney
Aberdeen are among a host of Scottish clubs linked with former Inverness marksman Adam Rooney

And McCoist will sit down with chief executive Graham Wallace this week to discuss the club's cost-cutting drive. (Various)

Alloa captain Darren Young says he's still in shock at manager Paul Hartley's resignation but admits he would love to succeed him at Recreation Park. (Sun)

Former Dundee United defender Garry Kenneth, released by Bristol Rovers last month, is poised to seal a return to Tannadice. (Sun)

Aberdeen are among seven Scottish Premiership clubs aiming to land former Inverness CT forward Adam Rooney, who is now plying his trade at League One outfit Oldham Athletic. (Sun)

Former Rangers defender Kevin Muscat has praised Celtic for agreeing midfielder Tom Rogic's loan move to Melbourne Victory. (Various)

Heerenveen manager Marco van Basten insists Celtic target Alfred Finnbogason won't be moving in the January transfer window. (Various)

Celtic and Georgios Samaras have begun negotiations over a new deal for the Greek, who is out of contract in the summer. (Express)

Michael Stewart has labelled former club Hearts "a mess" following confirmation that assistant boss Billy Brown will continue in his post until the end of the month. (Various)

Hibs will intensify their efforts to bolster their squad in the transfer window following injuries to Paul Hanlon and Ryan McGivern, according to manager Terry Butcher. (Herald)


Scotland prop Euan Murray is in danger of missing the entire Six Nations after injuring his thumb while chopping wood at a barbecue. (Various)

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