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Tuesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Chelsea are one of five clubs to inquire about Hearts winger Andy Driver in recent weeks following discussions between Roman Abramovich and Vladimir Romanov over a potential £5m transfer. (Edinburgh Evening News)

Rangers have targeted Honduras World Cup striker Georgie Welcome, who plays for Motagua in his homeland. (Daily Mail)

Celtic are eyeing up a £2m offer for 20-year-old striker Marcus Pederson, Norway's answer to Wayne Rooney. (Sun)

Spartak Moscow have indicated that they are ready to step up their pursuit of Celtic winger Aiden McGeady. (Scotsman)

Birmingham have joined the growing list of clubs chasing Hamilton midfielder James McArthur. (Various)

Celtic risk losing out on signing targets Joe Ledley and Jimmy Bullard if the appointment of Neil Lennon is not speeded up. (Sun)

West Ham are set to nip in and take midfielder Bullard on a season-long loan from Hull. (Daily Mail)

Celtic have opened talks with Nottingham Forest on a £2.5m deal for defender Kelvin Wilson. (Daily Express)

But manager Billy Davies has ordered Forest not to cash in on 24-year-old Wilson. (Daily Record)

Motherwell boss Craig Brown insists the club will struggle to repeat last season's form unless he is given cash to spend. (Sun)

And Brown has not given up hope on Everton keeper John Ruddy returning to Fir Park for another campaign. (Daily Express)

Michael Hart's possible switch to Hibs has been put on ice as Preston are subject to a winding up order over an unpaid tax bill. (Daily Record)

Swindon are targeting a loan raid for Celtic full-back Paul Caddis. (Various)

Manager Derek Adams insists he is committed to Ross County, following speculation linking him with a move to Kilmarnock. (Sun)

Former Scottish Cup winning hero Paul Wright wants to team up with Jim Clark to form Killie's new management team. (Daily Express)

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see also
Tuesday's gossip column
07 Jun 10 |  Gossip
Monday's Scottish gossip
07 Jun 10 |  Scottish Premier

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