Sunday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Celtic have gazumped Rangers by agreeing a loan deal for Trabzonspor striker Pawel Brozek. (Various)

The SPL board have agreed to delay making a decision on bringing back the winter break until next month. (Mail on Sunday)

Hibs will take a look at South African midfielder Matthew Pattison in a bounce game tomorrow. (Sunday Mail)

Sone Aluko reckons yesterday's 4-0 thumping of Hibs proves Rangers can still win the SPL. (Various)

If Rangers sell star striker Nikica Jelavic this month, his former club Rapid Vienna will take at least 20% of the fee. (Sunday Post)

A lottery millionaire has paid for Falkirk to stay in a top hotel before today's League Cup semi-final with Celtic. (Sunday Mail)


Scotland full-back Sean Lamont reckons a much-changed England squad makes them "vulnerable and dangerous" ahead of the Six Nations opener at Murrayfield. (Sunday Times)

Having missed out on a World Cup place, Scotland flanker David Denton is determined to make an impact in the Six Nations. (Sunday Herald)