Thursday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Greek club Olympiacos are weighing up a £5m January bid for Rangers goalkeeper Allan McGregor. (Daily Express)

Celtic have joined the queue of clubs trailing prolific new Scotland striker Jordan Rhodes. (Daily Mail)

But Huddersfield manager Lee Clark has warned that £2m wouldn't be enough to by Rhodes' socks! (Daily Record)

Sligo Rovers captain Richie Ryan will sign for Dundee United in the next 48 hours after coming through a medical. (Sun)

Celtic are preparing to offer Andre Blackman a one-year contract after the former Arsenal youth full-back impressed on trial. (Herald)

Bohemians manager Pat Fenlon met the Easter Road board for talks last night as Hibs close in on a new boss. (Daily Express)

Michael O'Neill, one of the front runners for the vacant manager's job at Hibernian, will consider "any offer that comes along", as he nears the end of his Shamrock Rovers contract. (Scotsman)

St Mirren hope to agree a two-year extension with manager Danny Lennon in the next few weeks. (Daily Mail / Sun)

Sacked Hibs boss Colin Calderwood is the favourite to take over at former club Northampton. (Scotsman)

Rangers owner Craig Whyte has reassured fans that Ibrox icon John Greig will not be precluded from celebrations next May to mark the club's 1972 European Cup Winners' Cup win. (Daily Mail)

Rangers have been told they won't land South Korean star Yoon Bit Garam on a loan deal. (Sun)

Crocked Rangers star Steven Naismith has had to put his cruciate ligament operation off until next week. (Daily Express)

Celtic manager Neil Lennon has pleaded with the Green Brigade section of fans to stop IRA chanting. (Sun)

Celtic full-back Mark Wilson could be back playing in 10 weeks after a successful operation on his knee. (Various)

St Mirren goalkeeper Craig Samson is determined his Scotland call-up will not be a one-off. (Daily Express)

Partick Thistle aim to sign former St Mirren, Inverness and Kilmarnock striker Craig Dargo on a short-term deal. (Various)

Cowdenbeath teenager Liam Callaghan will go on trial with Birmingham City next week. (Herald)

Former Ross County midfielder Adam Moffat hopes his form with US club Houston Dynamos can lead to a Scotland call-up. (Sun)


Stephen Gallacher is confident a neck injury won't threaten his involvement in next week's World Cup of Golf in China. (Herald)

Former Scotland manager Fraser McKenzie is returning to club shinty by taking joint charge of Glenurquhart, along with Drew McNeil. (Herald)