Monday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Rangers defender Madjid Bougherra has revealed that he has turned down a two-year contract extention with the Glasgow club and is set to leave in the summer. (Various)

Ibrox boss Walter Smith praised the club's support for heeding his call to cut out bigotry after a largely sectarian-free match against Hamilton at New Douglas Park on Sunday. (The Star)

Meanwhile, Smith insists Rangers need their crocked stars back in a hurry if they're to hold on to the league championship title this season. (The Mail)

Celtic are still interested in signing Peterborough striker Craig Mackail-Smith despite the original asking price of £6m. (The Herald)

Dundee United manager hit back at St johnstone boss Derek McInness for calling Danny Swanson a cheat and said he should look to his own players for their own dishonesty. (The Record)

Falkirk need an injection of cash to reach the end of the season after an emergency meeting was called with fans to discuss their bleak financial future. (The Scotsman)

Kilmarnock's Alexei Eremenko says he would happily end his career at the Ayrshire club, but only after trying his luck down in England. (The Express)