Scottish Gossip: Rangers want Dallas, Celtic target St Pauli defender, Siberia

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Rangers manager Mark Warburton is preparing a £1.5m raid on former club Brentford for midfielder Stuart Dallas.

Celtic will make a £400,000 move for St Pauli left-back Marcel Halstenberg as Ronny Deila seeks competition for Emilio Izaguirre.

Full story: Daily Express

Brentford's Northern Ireland midfielder Stuart Dallas
Rangers boss Mark Warburton wants to make Stuart Dallas his first signing at Ibrox

Walter Smith would be happy to give some advice to Mark Warburton on how to become a successful Rangers manager - years after helping the Englishman when he studied for his coaching badges.

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Mark Warburton and Davie Weir can emulate Walter Smith and Archie Knox at Rangers, according to former Ibrox keeper Andy Goram. "Davie Weir can be Archie Knox to Warburton's Walter," says Goram.

Full story: Scottish Sun

Hibernian have conceded defeat in their efforts to convince midfielder Scott Robertson to sign a new deal.

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Former Motherwell striker Lee Erwin can be a hit in the English Championship with Leeds United, according to Elland Road legend Gary McAllister.

Full story: Scottish Sun

St Pauli left-back Marcel Halstenberg
Celtic-bound? St Pauli left-back Marcel Halstenberg is being linked with a move to Glasgow

SPFL secretary Iain Blair says having Rangers and Hibs playing in the Championship for a second straight season - with Celtic and Hearts in the top flight - makes for a fixture list headache from a policing perspective.

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Former Hearts captain Danny Wilson would be making a mistake if he opted to return to Rangers instead of joining Celtic, according to former Celtic striker Chris Sutton.

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Kilmarnock boss Gary Locke says Alexei Eremenko and Manuel Pascali have until the end of next week to decide on new contract offers. (Various)

Scott Allan should reject the advances of boyhood heroes Rangers and remain at Hibs before realising his ambition to play in England's Premier League, according to former Hibs striker Keith Wright.

Full story: Daily Mail


Scotland are good enough to win rugby's World Cup, according to Sean Lamont. "On our day we can do it," says the winger/centre.

Full story: The Herald

Glasgow Warriors hope their top seeding yields a favourable draw for the pool stages of the European Rugby Champions Cup, while Edinburgh could face a trip to Siberia.

Enisey-STM, from Krasnoyarsk, are the first Russian club to take part in major European club competition.

Full story: The Scotsman

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