Saturday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Steven Whittaker's agent says he has yet to come to an agreement with Rangers about a new five-year contract for the versatile defender. (The Herald)

Celtic drop their interest in Omer Damari after refusing to meet the £2m asking price set by the striker's club Maccabi Petah Tikva. (Daily Record, The Sun)

Neil Lennon will have to move quickly to sign Kaizer Chiefs striker Knowledge Musona as he seems keen on a move to German side Hoffenheim and his club say it's first come, first served. (Daily Record)

Aberdeen manager Craig Brown says he is "totally unaware" of an imminent bid for Fraser Fyvie from Fulham. (The Times)

Middlesbrough striker Kris Boyd is in Turkey to hold talks with Eskisehirspor after Nottingham Forest, where he was on loan at the end of last season, dropped their interest in him. (Daily Record)

Middlesbrough and Scotland midfielder Kevin Thomson has a foot in a protective cast after tripping off a treadmill at an Edinburgh gym. (Daily Record)

Cardiff City look odds on to outbid Rangers for Dundee United striker David Goodwillie. (Daily Record)

But Cardiff could have competition, too, from Blackpool for Goodwillie. (Daily Mail)

Celtic midfielder Kris Commons is determined to make the most of the remaining years of his career. (The Sun, Daily Mail)

Danny Grainger hopes to become as popular a left-back at Hearts as the likes of Gary Naysmith, Takis Fyssas, Tosh McKinlay and Lee Wallace. (The Sun)