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Fraser Forster is not for sale, says Neil Lennon. Getty
Fraser Forster is not for sale, says Neil Lennon. Getty
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Rangers’ new signing target, Celtic say Fraser Forster stays, Danny Wilson linked with captaincy, John Brown rant, and more.

Rangers in Pandza talks

Rangers are on the verge of yet another signing, as they are in talks with Bosnian defender Boris Pandza.

The player has been released by Belgian club Mechelen, and would be the latest in a long list this year to join McCoist’s men. (Various)

• Nacho Novo has joined Rangers for training. He has reportedly been keen to do another stint at the club and currently is not linked to any club. (Daily Record)

Forster staying put at Parkhead

Neil Lennon says Celtic have no plans to sell Fraser Forster, after the star attracted a lot of attention from suitors south of the border.

Forster’s Champions League performances last year earned him a call-up to the England squad. (Various)

Wilson new Hearts skipper?

Jason Holt has tipped Danny Wilson to become the new Hearts captain, after the club was able to cut through the red tape to make his stay there permanent.

The former Liverpool loan star has taken a pay cut and apparently even snubbed other clubs to sign with Hearts. (Scotsman)

Bomber bites back

Dundee boss John Brown has hit out at the club’s directors over their slow reaction to a US investment.

Bomber had a go at Dave Forbes and Fraser MacDonald, accusing them of delaying the process, and urged them to ‘just get it f*****g done’. (Various)

McManus in ‘Well training

Stephen McManus is training with Motherwell as the 30-year-old looks to move back to Scotland.

The former Celtic captain is also being hunted by Hibs, but is keen on a Motherwell deal so he can be closer to family. (Daily Mail)

Fenlon ‘like Mourinho’, says Taiwo

Pat Fenlon has been compared to Jose Mourinho by Hibs’ Tom Taiwo, after the player heaped praise on the Irishman’s management skills.

Taiwo says Fenlon’s style of encouragement in telling his youngsters to be fearless is a lot like the lessons he learned under the Special One at Chelsea. (Sun)

Arabs eye ex-Spurs duo

Dundee United boss Jackie McNamara is looking to add two former Spurs players to his squad, with the addition of Calum Butcher, and Kudus Oyenuga.

McNamara is keen to seal the deal before they begin a tour in Germany at the end of this week. (Daily Record)