Tuesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Rangers have offered goalkeeper Allan McGregor a new six-year deal with a host of English and foreign clubs interested in the 29-year-old. (Sun)

Celtic midfielder Joe Ledley's gut feeling is that he will miss the rest of the season after a recurrence of a hamstring injury in Sunday's 0-0 draw with Rangers. (Daily Record)

Rangers' on-loan winger Vladimir Weiss says Neil Lennon's 'ear-cupping' gesture to fans at the end of Celtic's match at Ibrox has fired up Rangers for the SPL title run-in. (Daily Record)

Motherwelll will be given just 16,000 tickets for the Scottish Cup final against Celtic next month, despite asking for a 50/50 split at Hampden. (Daily Express)

Goalkeeper Cammy Bell is waiting for the Kilmarnock manager's job to be filled before he decides on his future at the Ayrshire club. (various)

After two abandonments in Dumfries, Ross County striker Andy Barrowman says his team will be driven on by a desire for justice when they take on Queen of the South in their rearranged match in Stirling. (Daily Record)


John Higgins believes it is "far too premature" for seven-time world snooker champion Stephen Hendry to consider retirement despite his 13-4 Crucible defeat at the hands of Mark Selby. (Herald)

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