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Saturday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip

FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Turkish side Fenerbahce and Newcastle are bidding to sign Rangers striker Kris Boyd. (The Sun)

Meanwhile, Spanish outfit Espanyol are considering a bid for the prolific Boyd. (Daily Express)

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp says Celtic "don't have a prayer" of signing forward Robbie Keane. (The Sun)

Hibernian forward Derek Riordan is a target for Lokomotiv Moscow, Panathinaikos, Hertha Berlin and Limassol. (Daily Record)

Celtic are in talks to sign 20-year-old defender Zsolt Korcsmar from Hungarian side Ujpest Doza. (The Sun)

Hamilton midfielder James McArthur has laughed off speculation linking him with Spanish side Real Betis. (Daily Mail)

Rangers goalkeeper Allan McGregor is facing a fitness race to be ready in time for the Old Firm derby on 3 January. (Various)

Scotland's top referees have threatened managers they will be hauled through the courts if they continue their personal attacks on match officials. (Daily Record)

Martin Cyrans, chairman of the Scottish Senior Football Referees Association, says that morale among officials is at rock bottom after the recent rash of criticism. (Daily Record)

Motherwell and Kilmarnock may move for Congo international David Louhoungou after his release from Hamilton Accies. (Daily Record)

Bristol City midfielder Lee Johnson has issued a come-and-get-me plea to Scotland. (Daily Record)



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