Rangers miss Berra bid, Hearts ‘can turn a profit’, Darren Fletcher operation hope, and more.
Rangers miss Berra bid
Rangers have fallen out of the race to land ex-Hearts man Christophe Berra.
Manager Ally McCoist says the deal is off as it looks as though the free agent will go to an English Championship club. (Scotsman)
County sign Saunders
Ross County are on the verge of sealing the deal for Steven Saunders.
The Scotland cap is currently a free agent after leaving Motherwell and now looks set to pen a one-year deal. (Daily Express)
Hearts can rise again
Hearts can become a profit-making business, according to the administrators.
Trevor Birch says the stricken club, which is £25m in debt, is sustainable due to the regular turnout of around 13,000. (Various)
Scotland star Darren Fletcher has gone under the knife in a bid to keep his career alive, after he was sidelined with a bowel condition.
The Manchester United player hopes that the operation will allow him to return to football after going through a period of rehabilitation. (Daily Mail)
Hearts kids ready
Hearts player development Manager Darren Murray says the club’s youngsters are ready to fill the gap left by the departure of the big names.
A number of stars, like Jason Holt, have already come through the ranks to establish themselves in the first team. (Sun)
Saints eye Easton deal
St Johnstone are hoping to tie up a deal for Brian Easton, who has been training with the club.
The 25-year-old former Dundee man is a free agent and is keen to return to the SPL. (Daily Record)