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Monday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip

FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Kayserispor manager Shota Arveladze has warned out-of-contract Rangers striker Kris Boyd he will not get involved in a bidding war with other Turkish clubs as he awaits a visit from Boyd and his agent. (various)

Blackburn Rovers, Newcastle and Middlesbrough are still hopeful Boyd will reject a lucrative move to Arveladze's side in favour of signing on in England. (Daily Mail)

Rangers striker Kyle Lafferty says manager Walter Smith doesn't need to buy a replacement for the prolific Kris Boyd as he will fill Boyd's goalscoring boots. (the Sun)

Celtic manager Neil Lennon is set to embark on a signing spree after returning from holiday, with Sol Campbell, Liam Lawrence, Jimmy Bullard, Joe Ledley and Daryl Murphy in his sights. (the Sun)

Former Celtic star Murdo MacLeod has urged Lennon to make the re-signing of striker Scott McDonald, now at Middlesbrough, his top priority. (Daily Record)

Hull midfielder Jimmy Bullard is set to open talks on a season-long loan move to Celtic later this week. (Daily Express, Daily Star)

The South Korean press has hailed Celtic winger Ki Sung-Yong as the future of the national side after their exit from the World Cup. (Scotsman)

Birmingham City are weighing up a move for Hearts defender Lee Wallace as manager Alex McLeish steps up his search for a left-back. (Daily Mail)

Hibernian manager John Hughes says his side's pre-season tour of Holland is the perfect preparation for their Europa League bow. (Daily Record)

Aberdeen left-back Charlie Mulgrew, targeted by former club Celtic, is set to make a decision on his future in the next 24 hours. (Daily Mail)

Aberdeen manager Mark McGhee could make a move to bring Slovak Zoltan Harsanyi to Pittodrie. (the Sun)

Ex-Aberdeen and Kilmarnock manager Jimmy Calderwood doesn't think he will make a return to football until at least September. (various)

Motherwell manager Craig Brown has vowed not to use former Scotland star Jim Bett, now coaching in Iceland, as a spy ahead of his side's Europa League match against Icelandic opponents Breidabik. (Daily Express, Daily Star)

Kilmarnock and St Mirren are leading the chase to sign former Hibernian striker Tam McManus. (the Sun)

Inverness CT manager Terry Butcher is set to offer new deals to Grant Munro, Russell Duncan and Adam Rooney. (Daily Record)



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Sunday's Scottish gossip
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Saturday's Scottish gossip
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