Gascoigne set for Rangers trial, Ross Wilson to Rangers 'barrier', Celtic star for new deal amid Leicester interest, Defoe opens up on car crash - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Sunday's Scottish football news and gossip.

G

Stories on Celtic, Rangers, Hearts, Hibs, Kilmarnock and Scotland.

Paul Gascoigne's nephew is set to undergo a trial period with Rangers. Eighteen-year-old Cameron is also on the radar of several English clubs. (Sunday Mail)

Sign up to our Football newsletter

Sign up to our Football newsletter

Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster has sympathy for teammate Craig Gordon after his return in the summer ensured the former Parkhead No.1 would remain a back-up even after the injury to Scott Bain. (Scotland on Sunday)
Steven Gerrard insists he's preparing to hook James Tavernier from the Rangers starting XI, but only once the right-back deserves it. (Scottish Sun on Sunday)
Hibs head coach Paul Heckingbottom was left to rue a string of second half misses by striker Christian Doidge which cost the Easter Road outfit their first win in more than seven years at Pittodrie. (Evening News)
Angry Craig Levein insisted he couldnt defend his Hearts players after their defeat by Kilmarnock as he accused them of lacking balls. (Evening News)
Scotland manager Steve Clarke insists the criticism of Andrew Robertson the wake of the double-header against Russia and Belgium was "unfair". (Scotland on Sunday)
Jermain Defoe admits the car crash he was involved with could have been much worse. The striker's Range Rover took the brunt when a BMW moved into oncoming traffic, lessening the impact on a smaller car with two women and a child inside.
Celtic will offer a new contract to Callum McGregor in order to try and stave off interest from Leicester City and former manager Brendan Rodgers in the midfielder. (Sunday Mail)
Middlesbrough have been credited with an interest in Kilmarnock right-back Stephen O'Donnell. The Scottish international is out of contract in the summer. (Daily Mail)
Rangers are waiting on the blessing of Southampton owner Gao Jisheng before they can tie up a deal to recruit Ross Wilson as the club's new director of football. (Sunday Post)