Sunday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Hearts face being docked points by a Scottish Premier League sub-committee if they fail to pay their players on time for a fourth consecutive month. The Tynecastle wages are due tomorrow. (Sunday Mail)

Celtic boss Neil Lennon insists it will take a huge offer to tempt him to sell striker Gary Hooper. (Various)

Rangers have rejected a third offer from French club Sochaux for midfielder Maurice Edu. (Sunday Mail)

Hibernian are lining up a bid for St Mirren midfielder Jim Goodwin. (Sunday Mail)

Lee Wallace is loving his new left midfield role for Rangers and isn't worried that it could damage his chances of becoming a Scotland regular. (Sunday Mail)

Rangers manager Ally McCoist admits the ongoing tax case against the club has become an unwelcome distraction for his players. (Various)

Former Rangers striker Billy Dodds believes his old club should think seriously about bringing Kris Boyd back to Ibrox. (Sunday Herald)

Scotland defender Christophe Berra is to sign a new long-term deal with Wolves, to ward off interest from Newcastle and Bolton. (Sunday Mail)


Glasgow are lining up an ambitious move for 20-times capped New Zealand back-row forward Chris Masoe, who is currently with French club Castres. (Scotland on Sunday)

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