Wednesday's Scottish gossip

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Neil Lennon will return to former club Celtic and make Kris Commons his first Bolton signing in January. (Daily Mail)

The deal former director Dave King aims to broker for control at Rangers is worth £16m to the Championship club. (Daily Mail)

However, any new share issue at Ibrox is likely to be opposed by major shareholders James and Sandy Easdale and possibly Newcastle owner Mike Ashley. (Daily Express)

Former international Andy Goram reckons the current choice of goalkeepers available to Scotland is the best ever. (Sun)

Scotland winger George Boyd is urging Gordon Strachan not to forget him - and also to give a chance to Burnley team-mate Scott Arfield. (Herald)

Celtic are unhappy that Aberdeen have cut visiting tickets from 3,500 to 2,000 for the 9 November match at Pittodrie. (Sun)

Former Motherwell defender Paul Quinn, released by Doncaster in the summer, has joined Ross County on trial after failing to agree a deal at Hibernian. (Herald)

Hearts captain Danny Wilson suffered a hamstring tear last weekend and will miss Saturday's home game against Dumbarton in a bid to be ready for the derby with Hibs. (Various)

Stand-in captain Emma Black is confident Glasgow City can overcome a 2-0 deficit in tonight's Champions League tie with Medyk Konin. (Daily Record)