Sunday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Celtic will open talks in January aimed at landing in-form keeper Fraser Forster on a permanent deal. (Sunday Mail)

Ajax coach Dean Gorre has been lined up to complete the SFA's youth revamp under performance director Mark Wotte. (Sunday Mail)

Hibs winger Ivan Sproule has called for referee Craig thomson to be sent to the First Division after the whistler's performance at Pittodrie on Saturday. (Sunday Mail)

Sir David Murray has emerged as the man wanted to step in and save struggling Hearts from the clutches of Vladimir Romanov. (The Express)

Former Hearts chairman George Foulkes insists that Romanov only has himself to blame for the recent wave of criticism over the growing wages crisis at Tynecastle. (Sunday Mail)

Ally McCoist says he loves being a hate figure at Celtic Park as it means he must be doing something right. (The Express)

Rangers' head of security David Martin has hit out at new legislation to criminalise sectarian singing by football supporters, saying it's an over-reaction. (The Times)

St Mirren chairman Stewart Gilmour will update fans at Sunday's AGM on the progress of the club's stalled takeover bid. (Sunday Mail)

Scotland keeper Craig Gordon is back in training with Sunderland after 10 months out with a knee injury. (Sunday Mail)