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Craig Mather's salary has reportedly angered some at Ibrox. Picture: SNS

Craig Mather's salary has reportedly angered some at Ibrox. Picture: SNS

Celtic eye Kevin Doyle, Rangers anger at Craig Mather salary, Hearts deadline looms, and more.

Celtic eye Kevin Doyle

Celtic are thought to be considering a move for Wolves star Kevin Doyle as they look to add another striker to their squad.

Neil Lennon had previously tried to land the player on loan in January, but it would appear he is considering a second attempt. (Sun)

Craig Mather Salary causes anger

The £500,000 salary going to Rangers chief executive Craig Mather is angering some within the Ibrox club, it is claimed.

It is thought that Charles Green, who left under a cloud, was only earning around £350,000. (BBC)

Hearts fight to clear up

The battle to take control of Hearts will become a lot clearer tomorrow after the three bidders submit their proof of funding to the administrators.

The bidders are Foundation of Hearts (FoH), former Livingston chairman Angelo Massone’s Five Stars Football Limited and HMFC Ltd, which also involves US investment company Club 9 Sports. (Scotsman)

Scott Brown at St Johnstone

St Johnstone have signed young Bradford midfielder Scott Brown to a one-year deal.

The teenage player was also on the radar of Partick but Saints were quick to swoop. (Daily Record)

Rangers get Kenny Miller blow

Ally McCoist’s plans to bring Kenny Miller back to Ibrox have hit a snag, after the Vancouver Whitecaps said they think Miller wants to stay in Canada.

The news will be a blow to McCoist who had hoped to enlist the striker’s services for their Division Two campaign. (Daily Mail)

Rangers in Pandza bid

Rangers could be set to finally seal a deal with Boris Pandza, after the player decided to drop his wage demands to meet the club’s budget.

Speculation has been rife for a while that Rangers wold sign the defender, but the latest news is that a three-year-deal is in the works. (Daily Express)

 

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