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Sunday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip

FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Finland manager Stuart Baxter hopes a deal can be done that will allow him to combine his role at the Finnish FA with that of part-time director of football at Celtic. (Sunday Herald)

If Baxter does secure a job at Parkhead, he might not get to work with winger Aiden McGeady, whose £12.5m price tag may not scare off suitors Spartak Moscow. (News of the World)

Celtic are lining up a £3.4m "double swoop" for Real Mallorca's Ivan Ramis and Alhassane Keita. (Sunday Express, Scotland on Sunday)

Hearts winger Andy Driver is a transfer target for Championship sides Burnley and Middlesbrough. (News of the World)

Qatari tycoon Abdullah bin Nasser Al-Thani, who is taking over Malaga, wants Rangers defender Madjid Bougherra to leave Scotland for Spain. (Sunday Mail)

Having had two operations on his knee after an injury while on loan at Bristol City last August, Andrius Velicka says he is looking forward to pre-season training at Rangers. (Sunday Herald)

Rangers assistant manager Ally McCoist says Neil Lennon has earned the Celtic job. (Various)

Defender Andy Webster is certain he will be lining up beside 40-year-old David Weir at Rangers next season, mocking the notion that the Rangers captain could hang up his boots. (Sunday Mail)

Barry Ferguson will decide on whether to return to play for Scotland before the new season kicks off in August. (Sunday Herald)

Falkirk will sign defender Jason Marr, 21, on loan once he signs a new deal at Celtic. (Sunday Mail)



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see also
Sunday's gossip column
05 Jun 10 |  Gossip
Saturday's Scottish gossip
05 Jun 10 |  Scottish Premier
Saturday's gossip column
05 Jun 10 |  Gossip
Friday's Scottish gossip
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