Tuesday's Scottish Gossip

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Rangers chief executive Graham Wallace tells supporters that he will win their trust after news emerged that the club required short-term loans of £1.5m. (Various)

Wallace reveals he has held fresh talks with former director Dave King about a return to Rangers. (The Sun)

England manager Roy Hodgson congratulates Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster on his clean-sheet record and says he is still in contention for a place in the squad for the World Cup in Brazil. (Various)

Celtic striker Anthony Stokes is relishing the prospect of playing for Ireland against Scotland and wonders if he could be lining up against team-mates likes Charlie Mulgrew, Scott Brown and Leigh Griffiths. (Daily Record)

Manager Neil Lennon says Teemu Pukki and Amido Balde will be given the chance to prove themselves as Celtic strikers. (Daily Mail)

St Mirren manager Danny Lennon, with just one win in 10 games, hopes the club's board will give him more time to develop young players - Lennon's contract expires in the summer. (The Sun)

Ross County manager Derek Adams expects SFA compliance officer Vincent Lunny to take action against St Mirren midfielder Jim Goodwin for challenges he made in the match against the Staggies at the weekend. (Daily Mail)

Rangers defender Bilel Mohsni, booked 28 times and sent off on six occasions in his time at Southend and Ibrox, admits he will have to be "more clever and more relaxed" in games. (Daily Record, The Sun)

Inverness captain Richie Foran insists the rest of the team should be getting on the scoresheet now that prolific striker Billy McKay has gone off the boil. (Daily Express)