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Monday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip

FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Neil Lennon wants former Nottingham Forest team-mate Kelvin Wilson to partner Sol Campbell at the heart of a new-look Celtic defence. (Daily Record)

Negotiations over the next 48 hours are set to make or break Finland boss Stuart Baxter's chances of working in a director of football role with Celtic as well. (The Herald)

Celtic target Ivan Ramis is desperate to rekindle his move to Parkhead, with the Real Mallorca centre-half having missed out on a move to Glasgow in January. (Daily Express)

Staying with defenders and Celtic, manager-in-waiting Lennon wants former Stephen McManus back in the team, following his loan spell at Middlesbrough. (Sun)

Hearts are ready to swoop for Dundee striker Leigh Giffiths. (Daily Record)

Hibernian may lose to Bristol Rovers in the race to sign out-of-contract defender Richard Keogh from Carlisle. (Daily Mail)

Less than a quarter of Scots will be supporting England at the World Cup. (Daily Mail)

Former Hearts defender Jose Goncalves could be the next ex-SPL player to join up at Middlesbrough. (Various)

Dundee midfielder Richie Hart has secured a six-month loan deal at Swedish club Osterunds FK. (Various)

OTHER GOSSIP

Mark Hanretty, one of Scotland's most promising ice skaters, has quit the sport after becoming disillusioned with what he has described as "politicking, corruption, bitterness and unhealthy competition" surrounding the sport. (The Herald)



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