Rangers ‘in administration by Christmas’, Hearts ‘need fans takeover’, Joe Ledley in Celtic funds plea, and more.
Rangers ‘in administration by Xmas’
Rangers could be back in administration by Christmas due to Charles Green, according to Rangers bidder Dave King.
The South African businessman says that Green needs to lower his asking price, and that the current amount is ‘absurd’. (Daily Mail)
• Charles Green has meanwhile been accused of acting like a spoiled child by the Rangers Supporters Association. (Daily Record)
Hearts fans ‘are the future’
Hearts MD David Southern has said that the fans are the right group to take the club forward after the well-documented financial troubles.
He says that the only people who can be trusted with football clubs are the supporters, and it is now down the Foundation of Hearts to save the club. (Daily Record)
Ledley in funds plea
Joe Ledley has asked Celtic chiefs to release funds to help Neil Lennon beef up the squad.
Ledley is worried after Celtic lost three first-team players this summer, with the departures of Kelvin Wilson, Victor Wanyama, and Gary Hooper. (Daily Express)
Claros wants Hibs return
Jorge Claros is begging Hibs to take him back, as he looks to get out of Honduras.
Claros says he is keen to escape, but Hibs have so far been priced out of the market. (Various)
Dundee bid withdrawn
The US investors looking to take control of Dundee look set to have their way, after rival bidders the Dark Blues Business Trust have withdrawn their offer.
The DBBT will now focus on raising £850,000 to buy Dens Park stadium, while the Texan bid for the club is thought to be worth around £1.5m (Herald)