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Saturday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Celtic have opened negotiations with Sunderland as they bid to sign striker Daryl Murphy for around £1.3m. (Daily Mail)

Manchester United's French winger Gabriel Obertan is wanted by Rangers. The Scottish champions hope to take the 21-year-old on loan. (Daily Mail)

Out-of-contract Aberdeen full-back Charlie Mulgrew has been offered a three-year deal by Sheffield United. (Daily Express)

Bundasliga side Stuttgart have joined the chase for Rangers' teenage defender Danny Wilson. (Daily Record)

Martin O'Neill insists he was never in the running for a return to Celtic and says Neil Lennon is the right man to lead his former club to success. (Various)

New Hearts arrival Kevin Kyle has urged manager Jim Jefferies to make Kilmarnock midfielder Craig Bryson his next summer signing. (Various)

Kilmarnock are to speak to former Celtic coach Peter Grant and ex-Skonto Riga manager Paul Ashworth as they search for a new boss. (Daily Express)

Stoke deny that Celtic have made an official bid for midfielder Liam Lawrence. (Daily Record/Sun)

Celtic have allowed the deadline for signing Landry N'Guemo to pass as boss Neil Lennon weighs up the value of paying £1.8m for the Nancy midfielder who was on loan in Glasgow last season. (Sun)

Aberdeen are ready to battle Hibs for the signature of Falkirk midfielder Burton O'Brien. (Sun)

Celtic striker Georgios Samaras was among the Greek players who had valuables stolen from their World Cup base in South Africa. (Various)

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see also
Saturday's gossip column
12 Jun 10 |  Gossip
Friday's Scottish gossip
11 Jun 10 |  Scottish Premier
Thursday's Scottish gossip
10 Jun 10 |  Scottish Premier
Wednesday's Scottish gossip
09 Jun 10 |  Scottish Premier
Tuesday's Scottish gossip
08 Jun 10 |  Scottish Premier
Monday's Scottish gossip
07 Jun 10 |  Scottish Premier

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