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Friday's Scottish gossip

Scottish newspaper gossip


Kenny Miller is edging closer to an Ibrox exit but Rangers hope to extend Steven Naismith's contract until 2015. (Various)

Nottingham Forest will green-light Kelvin Wilson's cut-price move to Celtic as soon as they find a replacement. (Sun)

Polonia Warsaw are interested in taking goalkeeper Lukasz Zaluska from Celtic. (Various)

Celtic are eyeing a move for Estonian keeper Sergei Pareiko, while Coventry have told them to forget about a January move for Keiren Westwood. (Sun)

Kilmarnock chairman Michael Johnston believes the police have been too hasty in calling off Saturday's trip to Celtic. (Daily Express)

Morton midfielder Michael Tidser is being tracked by Kilmarnock and Huddersfield. (Daily Express)

Bohemian striker Paddy Madden, a target for Celtic, is also wanted by German club Stuttgart. (Sun)

Wolves and Norwich have joined the race to sign Dundee striker Leigh Griffiths in January. (Daily Mail/Sun)

Clyde have announced their intention to move away from Broadwood Stadium after nearly 16 years in Cumbernauld. (Herald)

Birmingham manager Alex McLeish would be honoured to manage a Great Britain side at the 2012 Olympics. (Daily Record)

see also
Friday's gossip column
10 Dec 10 |  Gossip
Thursday's Scottish gossip
09 Dec 10 |  Scotland
Wednesday's Scottish gossip
08 Dec 10 |  Scotland
Tuesday's Scottish gossip
07 Dec 10 |  Scotland
Monday's Scottish gossip
06 Dec 10 |  Scotland

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