Nottingham Forest offers for Kelvin Wilson and Jason Holt snubbed, Ally McCoist admits Rangers no match for Celtic, and more.
Nottingham bid for Kelvin Wilson ‘not enough’
Celtic look set to snub Nottingham Forest’s bid to land Kelvin Wilson for £1.5m.
It is understood that the Glasgow side place a higher value on the player, who previously played at Forest though his family are still there. (Mail on Sunday)
Hearts laugh off offer for Jason Holt
Nottingham Forrest also look to be turned down in their latest bid to land Hearts star Jason Holt.
Boss Gary Locke has warned that the £150k offer was nowhere near Hearts’ valuation of the young player, and said that he was in no hurry to offload any of his squad. (Sunday Mail)
Rangers can’t match Celtic
Rangers are not good enough to beat Celtic in their current form, says boss Ally McCoist.
Despite making a number of new signings, the Rangers boss reckons that there is still a huge gulf between the two sides. (Sunday Express)
Hooper in Norwich bid hope
Gary Hooper hopes Norwich City will come back with another bid for him after he apparently went cool on the idea of going to QPR.
The £5m QPR bid for the Celtic star looked to be a done deal, but it is thought Hooper would rather play in the Premier League. (Sunday Post)
Berra goes to Ipswich
Scotland Star Christophe Berra has signed a two-year deal with Ipswich Town.
The former Hearts hero had been a free agent after leaving Wolves. (Sunday Mail)
Rab stays in Scotland
Rab Douglas looks set to stay in Scotland, after deciding against a move to non-league English side Celtic Nation.
The former Dundee man left Dens after a row with boss John Brown. He is said to be in no hurry to commit to a club. (Sunday Post)