Thursday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Christophe Berra is thrilled to have broken his three-year scoring duck, powering in a header against Wales in the 3-1 Carling Nations Cup win. (Daily Record)

New Rangers owner Craig Whyte says he is "unwavering" in his commitment to spend money on the club. (The Herald)

The club's bid to sign Algerian midfielder Lazhar Hadji Aissa has hit the buffers because of problems over a work permit. (Daily Record)

One player who could benefit from that investment is midfielder Steven Davis, who wants a new contract to stay at Ibrox. (The Herald)

John Sutton's decision to move from Motherwell to Hearts was made in part on the advice of his brother Chris, the former Celtic striker, who told him that he hated playing at Tynecastle because of the hostile atmosphere. (The Scotsman)

Celtic and Rangers are in a tug of war over 19-year-old holding midfielder Victor Wanyama, a Kenyan international. (Daily Mail)

Manchester City goalkeeper Shay Given has revealed he would welcome a return to Celtic. (Various)

Celtic left-back Emilio Izaguirre says he is flattered to be linked with Liverpool but will give his all for his current club. (Daily Record)

Freed Hibernian keeper Graeme Smith has been offered the chance to train with Tony Adams' Gabala side when they come to England to train. (Daily Star)

Allan Jenkins says he reluctantly left First Division Morton because he could earn more money playing part-time with Ballymena United in Northern Ireland. (Daily Record)

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