Celtic Doyle bid raised
Neil Lennon has raised his bid to bring Kevin Doyle to Celtic, by upping the offer from £500k to £750k.
Wolves are said to be after £1.5m for the striker, but Lennon is hopeful a deal can be done. (Scotsman)
Rangers anger at Hearts ‘differences’
Rangers are once against odds with the SFA, after they expressed anger that Hearts weren’t given a financial penalty for going into administration.
The Ibrox club issued a statement, pointing to what they called “glaring differences” in the way they had been treated. (Various)
Anders anger at ref
Elfsborg captain Anders Svensson has hit out at Celtic, saying the Kelvin Wilson should have been red carded after his arm caught Mo Bangura in the face.
Svensson says that the ref lied when he said he didn’t see the incident during their Champions League clash on Wednesday. (Daily Mail)
Killie pair re-sign
Kilmarnock have held on to Kris Boyd and William Gros, after the pair signed new deals with the club.
Boyd inked a one-year contract, while Gros has signed up for three years. (Sun)
Saints in loan deal bid
St Mirren could be ready to bring Newcastle youngster Adam Campbell to the club.
Saints boss Danny Lennon says they are more than aware of the England under-19 star. (Daily Mail)
Thistle ready to hound Hearts
Partick Thistle intend to put the boot in on Hearts as they return to the top flight of Scottish football.
Mark Kerr says Thistle will fight to survive in the Premiership at the expense of the troubled Tynecastle club, who start off with a 15-point deduction. (Sun)