Thursday's Scottish Gossip

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Rangers are lining up a summer move for Motherwell defender Shaun Hutchinson, who will be a free agent at the end of the season. (Sun)

Performance director Mark Wotte admits he may be tempted back to club management before the completion of the Scottish FA's performance strategy in 2020. (Herald)

Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster insists another league title success will provide ample compensation for missing out in both cup competitions. (Daily Record)

Experienced midfielder James Fowler is being recalled from his loan spell at Cowdenbeath by Kilmarnock. (Daily Express)

Dundee United boss Jackie McNamara insists striker Brian Graham, a regular on the subs' bench, has a big part to play in the club's end-of-season run. (Daily Record)

Frustrated Hibs manager Terry Butcher has labelled his players "consistently inconsistent". (Various)

Hamilton Accies midfielder Tony Andreu has signed a new two-year deal at New Douglas Park. (Various)

Former Russia international Oleg Salenko, a £2.5m buy for Rangers in 1995, says his time at Ibrox was "boring" due to the low standard of competition. (Various)


Andy Murray will slip from six to number eight in the world rankings if he doesn't reach the final when defending the Miami Masters title. (Herald)

As Wimbledon champion Murray seeks a new coach, Dani Vallverdu is the leading candidate to take over from Ivan Lendl. (Daily Mail)

An extra 5,000 tickets per day will be made available for this year's Ryder Cup at Gleneagles. (Daily Express)