Thursday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish is planning a January move for Rangers striker Nikica Jelavic. (The Sun)

However, West Brom are poised to sell their Republic of Ireland striker Simon Cox to make way for Jelavic. (The Express)

Rangers manager Ally McCoist will ask to attend Sone Aluko's SFA hearing in a bid to prove that the player did not dive to earn a penalty against Dunfermline. (The Record)

Aston Villa boss Alex McLeish is poised to bid for Rangers midfielder Steven Davis next month. (The Herald)

Former Fulham defender Rafik Halliche is hoping Celtic boss Neil Lennon will tell him today if he will be offered a deal. (The Sun)

Kilmarnock manager Kenny Shiels says he "gags" himself after matches to prevent the risk of an SFA punishment. (The Record)

Former top-flight referee Stuart Dougal insists the SFA made a rod for their own back by clearing Garry O'Connor of diving earlier this season. (The Record)

Daniel Majstorovic can't wait to sit down with Celtic boss Lennon to discuss a new deal at the Glasgow club. (The Sun)

Kilmarnock chairman Michael Johnston insists the club is not at risk despite net debts of £9.7m. (The Mail)

Rangers will postpone their AGM until early next year with owner Craig Whyte in talks to find a way out of the club's tax problems. (The Sun)

However, the postponement of Rangers' AGM could result in a fine from the SFA because the club is bound by stock market regulations. (The Express)

David Davis would like his loan deal at Caley Thistle from Wolves to be extended until the end of the season. (The Sun)

Aberdeen's Scott Vernon says the players will beat the drop if they stop feeling sorry for themselves. (The Sun)

Kilmarnock striker Ben Hutchinson is on the verge of joining English Conference side Mansfield Town. (The Express)

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