Saturday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Rangers manager Ally McCoist insists he won't have to sell any of his first-team squad in the January transfer window. (Various)

Hearts boss Paulo Sergio says he was stunned to be served with a five-match touchline ban following his disciplinary charge. (Sun)

Celtic midfielder Kris Commons has again scotched speculation that he's had a bust-up with manager Neil Lennon. (Various)

Meanwhile, Celtic are weighing up a move for Swedish defender Mikael Lustig after Neil Lennon watched the Rosenburg player in action in his last two games. And the club are reviewing the playing surface at their Lennoxtown training complex after a spate of injuries. (Various)

Rangers defender Carlos Bocanegra says he's been impressed by the quality of football on show in the SPL after the former Fulham player endured some turgid games in the English Premier League. (Various)

Hibs captain Ian Murray insists the Easter Road squad must sharpen up to avoid another managerial casualty after underperforming for eight managers in 10 years at the Edinburgh club. (Record)

Colombian goalkeeper David Gonzalez says he's gutted to be returning to Manchester City next month after his loan spell at Aberdeen ends, because the Pittodrie outfit cannot afford to keep him. (Various)