Rangers £22m warchest already gone, Pat Fenlon’s role at Hibs insecure, Celtic sweat over Alfred Finnbogason, and more.
Ibrox cash gone
Rangers have already spent the whole £22m raised when the Ibrox club was floated on the stock market.
Brian Stockbridge insists that the cash hasn’t been squandered and that Rangers are in no danger of going back into administration. (Sun)
Fenlon on the edge
Hibs boss Pat Fenlon is under renewed pressure after the club lost the Edinburgh Derby to a depleted Hearts side yesterday, leaving the Easter Road side without any points.
Hibs have yet to score a goal in the last four competitive matches but have conceded nine. (Scotsman)
Clock ticking for Celtic signing hope
Celtic hope to find out today if they have been successful in trying to land Icelandic striker Alfred Finnbogason.
The Parkhead side are aiming to sign him before 11pm tonight, which would allow him to play in the Champions League clash with Shakhter Karagandy.
Dutch side Heerenveen want £5m for the player, while Celtic are thought to be offering £.25m (Various)
Rooney free to face Scots
Wayne Rooney has David Moyes’ permission to face Scotland on Wednesday, because he is only half fit.
The Scottish manager of Manchester United joked: “You don’t think I’m going to send England a fit player, do you?” (Daily Mail)