Sunday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Celtic may turn their attention to Norwegian striker Erik Huseklepp, currently with Bari, after dropping their interest in Omer Damari. Huseklepp was previously linked with a move to Neil Lennon's side in January. (Sunday Mail)

Another player on Lennon's radar is Manchester City striker Craig Bellamy, who spent time on loan at Celtic in 2005. (News of the World)

Meanwhile, Lennon has laughed off his spat with an official during Celtic's 1-0 friendly defeat to Central Coast Mariners. (Sunday Mail)

Cardiff City will wait until upcoming legal proceedings against David Goodwillie have been concluded before finalising their move for the Dundee United striker. The player is also the subject of interest from Rangers and Blackpool but the Welsh club are favourites to sign him. (News of the World)

Rangers coach Ian Durrant will ask his friend Andre Villas-Boas, recently appointed Chelsea boss, about the possibility of bringing some players on loan to Ibrox from Stamford Bridge. (Various)

Another player Rangers are keen to capture on loan is their former defender Danny Wilson, now with Liverpool. (News of the World)

Motherwell manager Stuart McCall may try to tempt defender Mark Reynolds back to the club on loan from Sheffield Wednesday. (Sunday Mail)

Dundee United midfielder Scott Robertson is struggling to be fit in time for the Tannadice club's upcoming Europa League tie with Slask Wroclaw. (Various)

The Scottish Premier League will consider replacing current broadcasting rights holders Sky Sports and ESPN at the end end of the 2011/12 season. In November, the SPL can trigger a clause to extend the existing deal by an additional two years but may look to cash in elsewhere instead. (Various)

Scotland's referees will visit every club in the country ahead of the new season to solve the problems that led to last term's strike by officials. (News of the World)