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Wednesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip

FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Defender Stephen McManus may not be moving on loan to Middlesbrough after Celtic demanded a £500,000 fee to facilitate the temporary deal. (Daily Record)

Peter Houston must wait until Monday to find out if he is to land the Dundee United manager's job permanently. (Sun)

Hearts are closing in on a deal for Motherwell winger Jim O'Brien, who will be a free agent in the summer. (Sun)

New Celtic signing Morten Rasmussen wants to lose the nickname 'Duncan', which he earned by being likened to former Rangers striker Duncan Ferguson. (Various)

Celtic are looking at a second Danish striker, with 18-year-old David Boysen arriving on trial from AB Copenhagen. (Daily Express)

Aberdeen skipper Mark Kerr reckons team-mates Fraser Fyvie and Peter Pawlett are the best young prospects he's ever seen. (Daily Record)

Kerr also wants to extend his contract at Pittodrie and join the list of revered Aberdeen captains. (Sun)

Midfielder Kevin Thomson insists Rangers are not envious of the January spending spree going on at Celtic Park. (Various)

Hibernian's Kevin McBride insists his midfield partner Liam Miller will not be fazed on his return to Celtic Park tonight. (Various)

St Mirren manager Gus MacPherson is optimistic about his chances of brining in at least one new signing before the transfer window closes. (Various)

Inverness have not given up hope of securing previously on-loan defender Nauris Bulvitis, now that the Latvian has returned to Ventspils in his homeland. (Daily Express)



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