Victor Wanyama Cardiff bid increased, Hearts get good news, Rangers fans ‘should expect cup glory’, and more
Wanyama bid increased
Cardiff have upped their bid for Celtic’s Victor Wanyama after being previously snubbed.
The Premiership side are said to have improved their £10m bid with better personal terms to the Kenyan international.
Southampton’s £12m offer was initially accepted by Celtic but the 22-year-old was unable to agree personal terms. (Scotsman)
• Celtic boss Neil Lennon reckons that Anthony Stokes will stay at the club, despite having rejected an initial extension offer. (Scotsman)
Hearts good news
Hearts could finally be getting some good news, after Billy Brown and John Robertson have offered to help Gary Locke for free.
The troubled Tynecastle club is also investigating a way to keep the services of Danny Wilson, who was left in limbo after his registration was unable to be processed. (Sunday Post)
No Gordon fear
Rangers keeper Cammy Bell has no fears over talk of Craig Gordon signing for the Ibrox club.
Bell would be delighted to see the former Hearts keeper added to the squad, and relishes the challenge. (Sun)
Steven Smith says Rangers fans should expect silverware this season as the club is targeting success in all competitions and cups.
Ally McCoist has so far signed seven new players and Smith says they’re in it to win it. (Sun)
Dave McCracken has had his contract offer from St Johnstone withdrawn.
The defender looked all set to join the Perth club but it has been speculated that his ongoing fight against injury, and the possible need for surgery could have been a factor. (Sunday Express)