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Tuesday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip

FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Celtic launch an £800,000 bid for Sunderland striker Daryl Murphy, but the Republic of Ireland international is also wanted by Wolves. (Daily Star, Daily Express)

And South Korean right-back Cha Du-Ri claims he is about to sign for Neil Lennon's side. (The Sun, The Herald)

However, Cardiff City's Joe Ledley won't be heading to Glasgow, with Stoke City and West Brom happy to meet the £2.5m asking price. (The Sun)

Aberdeen manager Mark McGhee confirms his interest in St Mirren keeper Mark Howard to replace Stuart Nelson, who is heading to Notts County. (Daily Star)

Rangers defender Madjid Bougherra says he likes the English mentality and would love to test himself against Wayne Rooney and Fernando Torres in the Premier League. (Daily Record)

Sol Bamba has been given an extra two weeks off by Hibernian to recover from his World Cup efforts with the Ivory Coast, even though he didn't play in the tournament. (The Sun)

Hamilton manager Billy Reid is the number one target for Leicester City, whose manager Nigel Pearson could be moving to Hull City. (Daily Record)

Francisco Sandaza is doing extra sessions in the gym rather than going on holiday in an attempt to be fit for Dundee United at the start of the season. (Various)

Another Terrors star, Morgaro Gomis, is in the sights of Swansea City, but the Welsh club are prepared to pay only half of United's £1m valuation. (Daily Express)

OTHER GOSSIP

Andy Murray says he is not feeling uptight or nervous at Wimbledon because he has been helped by having his parents, grandparents, aunt, uncle and girlfriend there to keep him company. (Daily Record)



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see also
Tuesday's gossip column
29 Jun 10 |  Gossip
Monday's Scottish gossip
28 Jun 10 |  Scottish Premier
Sunday's Scottish gossip
27 Jun 10 |  Scottish Premier


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