Monday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Emilio Izaguirre has told Celtic he's staying put, despite speculation linking him with a move away from the Glasgow club. (Various)

Hearts defender Craig Thomson is facing being frozen out of the team, despite the club's majority shareholder Vladimir Romanov sparing him the sack. (The Record)

Cardiff City have moved to sign the Rangers target David Goodwillie, currently with Dundee United. (The Star)

Rangers have suffered a setback in their bid to sign Kyle Bartley after being told by Arsenal they'll have to wait another month for a decision on his future. (The Record)

Hearts are running the rule over Iceland stopper Karl Arnason who is a free agent following a dispute with Plymouth Argyle. (The Record)

Celtic are monitoring Central Coast Mariners midfielder Mustafa Amini. (The Star)

Middlesbrough striker Kirs Boyd's future is uncertain after Nottingham Forest boss Steve McLaren said he is not interested in signing the former Rangers man. (The Record)

Rangers captain David Weir reckons most of his fellow-Scots want to play for Team GB at the Olympics next year, and those who don't are "foolish". (The Record)

Celtic are pondering a £900,000 bid for Kenyan midfielder Victor Wanyama. (The Record)

St Johnstone have allowed former Celtic keeper Michael McGovern to train with them as he seeks a new club. (The Record)

Aberdeen are waiting on clearance to sign Manchester City keeper David Gonzalez. (The Record)

Birmingham have held talks with Hibs about signing Colin Calderwood as Chris Hughton's number two. (The Record)

Celtic manager Neil Lennon will aim to extend Israeli star Beram Kayal's contract during the summer tour of Australia. (The Scotsman)

Rangers are confident Steven Whittaker will sign a new contract despite Bursaspor's claims that he's ready to join them. (The Sun)