Thursday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Rangers players are attending a meeting with administrators at the club's Murray Park. (Daily Record)

The first-team squad at Ibrox have been told they may not receive their next wage - just hours after being told the money was guaranteed. (Sun)

Dundee United will refuse to give Rangers tickets for next month's league encounter at Ibrox unless they are given money up front. (Daily Record)

Former Celtic midfielder Barry Robson has agreed a move to MLS outfit Vancouver Whitecaps from Middlesbrough. (Sun)

Goalkeeper Craig Gordon aims to end his injury nightmare by featuring in Scotland's friendly against Slovenia - 12 months since his last first-team appearance for Sunderland. (Daily Mail)

Hearts striker Kevin Kyle is confident he will not be forced to retire following hip surgery last week. (Herald)

Rangers defender Carlos Bocanegra has urged fans not to turn their back on the club after they entered administration. (Daily Express)

Aberdeen's Kari Arnason has thanked Dons boss Craig Brown after being recalled to the Iceland squad for the first time in two years. (Daily Express)


Scotland centre Nick De Luca has closed his Twitter account after receiving abusive tweets following the Six Nations defeat by Wales. (Various)