Wednesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Rangers have tabled a bid of £400,000 to bring striker Kenny Miller back from Turkish side Bursaspor. (Various)

Rangers also want Anderlecht defender Roland Juhasz and are prepared to pay £1.5m for the Hungarian. (Sun)

However, the Ibrox side have had an offer for USA midfielder Alejandro Bedoya rejected by Swedish outfit Orebro. (Sun/Daily Record)

Midfield star Kris Commons admits Celtic could do without next week's friendly tournament in Dublin. (Various)

Hibernian manager Colin Calderwood, a target for Nottingham Forest and Birmingham, has vowed to be in the Easter Road dugout when the SPL season kicks off at the weekend. (Various)

Former Australia manager Graham Arnold would love the Hibs job if Calderwood moves on. (Sun)

Rangers' hopes of landing Kyle Bartley are slim since the defender thinks he can break into the Arsenal team this season. (Daily Express)

Hearts officials insist players' missing wages have now been paid in full after being delayed for the third time in a year. (Various)

Nigerian trialist Ortega Deniran grabbed a goal in Tuesday's friendly defeat to Vale of Leithen to impress Hearts boss Jim Jefferies. (Daily Record)

Belgian goalkeeper Stijn Stijnen claims he has snubbed a potential move to Celtic after being insulted by the offer of a trial period. (Herald)

Inverness are considering a move for Austrian Under-21 right-back Thomas Piermayr. (Sun)

And Caley Thistle skipper Richie Foran insists the Highlanders can finish in the top six this season. (Various)

Dundee are poised to snap up former Dunfermline defender Neil McGregor. (Various)

Former Rangers and Falkirk forward Alan Gow has been offered a deal to play in India with Kingfisher East Bengal. (Daily Express)