Tuesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Celtic are on the trail of Fleetwood Town striker Jamie Vardy, who has netted 14 goals in 17 games for the Conference side. (Sun)

Barnsley insist they won't be held to ransom in a bid to hold on to Rangers target Jacob Butterfield. (Sun)

Celtic are tracking 27-year-old Gronigen defender Jonas Ivens as they seek cover for a number of injured stars. (Daily Express)

Rangers veteran David Weir, who has only started one game this season, is on standby for tomorrow's Old Firm clash. (Various)

Celtic winger James Forrest is an injury doubt for Wednesday's big match as he nurses a hamstring problem. (Scotsman)

West Brom want a £400,000 deal for Dundee United's Scott Allan done this week, with the Old Firm clubs also keen on the midfielder. (Sun)

Striker Gregory Tade believes Inverness are superior to many of the clubs above them in the Scottish Premier League. (Various)

Hearts director Sergejus Fedetovas insists the club's financial difficulties will be resolved in "a short time". (Herald)


Rory Lamont is recovering after being released from hospital last night but the Glasgow winger is unlikely to make the return match with Edinburgh on 1 January. (Various)

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