Rumour Mill: Rangers would accept six-figure fee for attacker, Steven Gerrard makes vow about January transfer window, Celtic loanee to remain at club despite 'billiards' jibe

Saturday’s Scottish football news and gossip

Rangers attacker Greg Stewart has fallen out of favour at Ibrox. Picture: SNS
Rangers attacker Greg Stewart has fallen out of favour at Ibrox. Picture: SNS

Gerrard insists no stars will be sold

Rangers boss Steven Gerrard insists none of his first-team stars will be sold in January despite Ibrox managing director Stewart Robertson stressing the need for the Light Blues to generate income based on player sales across the next 12 months. (Scottish Sun)

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Rangers will accept six-figure fee for attacker

Rangers will accept a six-figure transfer offer for outcast Greg Stewart in January. Signed in the summer of 2019, the former Dundee, Kilmarnock and Aberdeen attacker has barely featured for Steven Gerrard’s men this season. (Football Insider)

Mechelen say they will keep Shved

Mechelen deny loanee Marian Shved will be sent back to Celtic in the January transfer window despite the club’s manager saying the player should take up billiards instead of football. The outburst has reported brought out a reaction in the player. (Daily Record)

Place in history for Neilson

Victory over Celtic in tomorrow’s Scottish Cup final will earn Robbie Neilson a place in history with a unique double achievement as the only man to win the trophy both as a Hearts player and manager. (Evening News)

- Neil Lennon will become the first man to win the treble as both a Celtic player and manager if his side are able to defeat Hearts on Sunday. (Scottish Sun)

Aberdeen open talks

Aberdeen have opened talks with versatile left-back Greg Leigh over the extension of his contract. The former Manchester City youngster signed a short-term deal earlier this campaign to return to the Dons for a second spell. (Press and Journal)

Robinson hopes O’Donnell will be swayed

Motherwell boss Steven Robinson hopes defender Stephen O’Donnell will be swayed into signing a new contract at Fir Park in order to maintain his international ambitions. (The National)

Smith and United keen on new deal

Liam Smith is hopeful of remaining at Dundee United beyond the end of his current contract which expires next summer. The Tannadice club are said to be ready to offer the player an extension. (Daily Record)

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