Tuesday's Scottish Gossip
John Brown insists that Rangers supporters must back Dave King's plan to withhold season-ticket money or face the prospect of the Ibrox club going out of business.
Rangers supporters' group the Union of Fans say their decision to withhold season-ticket money wouldn't push the Ibrox club into administration. (Various)
St Johnstone chairman Steve Brown believes Tommy Wright, fresh from guiding the club to the Scottish Cup final, is a strong candidate for manager of the year. (Various)
Administrator Bryan Jackson is ready to fly back to Lithuania as and when required to help resolve Hearts' future.
Full story: The Sun
Dutch legend Co Adriaanse has urged Netherlands boss Louis van Gaal to include Celtic defender Virgil van Dijk in his World Cup squad.
Full story: The Sun
Rangers boss Ally McCoist is worried he may lose out on potential transfer targets amid uncertainty over next season's budget. (Various)
Defender Aaron Muirhead is desperate to play his part in Partick Thistle's battle to avoid the relegation play-off, following a knee operation last week. Muirhead, who has been sidelined since February, said: "We've got a tough run in and everybody knows what's expected of us."
Full story: Daily Record
Thousands of Dundee United and St Johnstone fans are facing travel chaos for the Scottish Cup final. Scheduled engineering works on a section of track between Perth and Larbert will see all trains cancelled between Perth, Dundee and Glasgow on 17 May.
Full story: Daily Express
Rangers boss Ally McCoist is reviewing the club's social media policy. It follows Rangers goalkeeper Steve Simonsen's decision to quit Twitter because of the abuse he received after his mistake in the Scottish Cup defeat by Dundee United. (Various)
Former snooker world champion Graeme Dott says he won't be able to watch this year's Crucible action if he fails to make the final stages. (Various)