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Wednesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Rangers offer new deals to striker Nacho Novo and defender Kirk Broadfoot to keep them at Ibrox. (Daily Record)

But youngsters Danny Wilson and John Fleck, who have 18 months left on their contracts, have rejected an offer by the club to extend their stay. (The Sun)

Meanwhile, their Rangers team-mate Madjid Bougherra, at the Africa Cup of Nations with Algeria, asks for the "forgiveness of the Algerian nation" after their 3-0 defeat to Malawi. (Daily Record)

St Johnstone striker Collin Samuel believes the injury to his knee, which required surgery last month, first started 11 years ago when he was a teenager footballer in the Caribbean. (Daily Record)

After plundering AIK Stockholm for Jos Hooiveld, Celtic may return to AIK Stockholm for 28-year-old right-back Markus Jonsson. (Daily Express)

Roman Konecny, the Slovak defender, returns this week to St Johnstone for a trial at McDiarmid Park after his last attempt to do so was hit by the freezing weather. (The Sun)

Hibs manager John Hughes is keen on bringing former Falkirk and Rangers midfielder Alan Gow to Easter Road from Plymouth Argyle. (Daily Express)

Dundee midfielder Paul McHale will have an operation to try to solve his groin injury. (Various)

Swindon Town are interested in taking Celtic full-back Paul Caddis, 21, on loan. (Daily Express)

Falkirk boss Eddie May is eyeing Leeds United striker Enoch Showunmi to boost his attacking options. (Daily Express)

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