Ally McCoist ‘would take paycut’, Celtic to swoop on two strikers, Pat Fenlon prays for Hearts, and more.
McCoist would take paycut
Rangers boss Ally McCoist has said that he would take a paycut if it stopped Rangers from experiencing further financial problems in future.
The manager is thought to be on a salary of £760,000, amid claims last week that the club could be in administration by Christmas. (Scotland on Sunday)
Celtic in £2.5m Doyle bid
Celtic will make another pass for Kevin Doyle, offering Wolves £2.5m for the striker.
Neil Lennon has been keen to land the player after losing Gary Hooper to Norwich this summer. (Sunday Express)
Icelandic star on Lennon radar
Celtic are also ready to make a £3.25m attempt to bring Heerenveen striker Alfred Finnbogason to Glasgow.
Club scout John Park saw the Icelandic star score in a 2-0 win over NAC Breda recently. (Mail on Sunday)
Fenlon wants Hearts to stay
Hibs boss Pat Fenlon says that he doesn’t want bitter rivals Hearts to drop out of the Premiership, as the Edinburgh Derby is too important to both clubs.
Both sides are low on confidence ahead of today’s clash, with Hibs still trying to get their squad to gel and Hearts fielding a young side after having to let a number of big names go.
Meanwhile, Hibs’ Alex Harris has been ruled out for three months due to an ankle injury.(Sunday Mail)
Green comments don’t stick
Rangers players don’t pay any attention to what Charles Green says, according to Robbie Crawford.
Ally McCoist had criticised Green for saying the squad was the worst in Rangers’ history. (Sun)
Posh eye May
Peterborough are circling St Johnstone striker Stevie May in what could be a £250,000 move.
The English side are keen to grabbing the 20-year-old, who showed some impressive form on previous loan spells. (Sunday Mail)
Brown slams Bangura
Celtic skipper Scott Brown has criticised on-loan man Mo Bangura for taking a kick at him in last week’s Euro clash with Elfsborg.
Brown says Bangura is not his team-mate and he isn’t a part of Celtic. (Sun)