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Sunday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Birmingham are set to join the race for Celtic defender Gary Caldwell. (Sunday Express)

Celtic have offered £1m for AIK Stockholm defender Jos Hooiveld and hope to complete the deal within the next 48 hours. (Sunday Times)

But Preston have rejected a £1.75m offer from Celtic for defender Sean St Ledger. (Sunday Mail)

Cardiff striker Michael Chopra has told his team-mates he could be on the verge of a £2m move to Celtic. (News of the World)

Celtic midfielder Barry Robson will seal his £1m move to Middlesbrough later today. (Sunday Mail)

Rangers striker Kris Boyd wants a £20,000-a-week deal from the Ibrox club to turn his back on more lucrative offers from England. (News of the World)

Mixu Paatelainen has emerged as a strong candidate for the manager's post at Dundee United. (News of the World)

Plymouth striker Steve McLean, a loan target for Aberdeen and Hearts, could win a permanent deal at Falkirk. (News of the World)

Partick Thistle will sign Celtic midfielder Ryan Conroy on loan for the rest of the season. (Sunday Express)

Rangers will give a trial to 22-year-old American goalkeeper Andrew Quinn next week. (Sunday Express)

Scotland manager Craig Levein is planning to call up Nottingham Forest youngster Lewis McGugan, who has a Scottish grandfather. (Various)


Newcastle Falcons full-back Alex Tait is considering throwing his hat into the ring with Scotland. (Scotland on Sunday)

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