Scottish gossip: Celtic, Rangers, Livingston, Hearts, Edwards, Cooper, Offiah

Scottish gossip

Celtic have became down 708 tickets for the primary Previous Company derby of the season at Ibrox on 3 September, whilst Rangers will call for that Celtic honour their legal responsibility to supply an away allocation for the following go back fixture. (Glasgow Times)external-link

Celtic are set to inform Rangers and the SPFL there is not any probability away lovers will likely be allowed into Parkhead for the December derby. (Daily Record)external-link

Peterborough United director of soccer Barry Fry questions whether or not Rangers may just come up with the money for Ronnie Edwards and says the League One membership has became down bids from the Premier League for the England Below-20 defender. (Daily Record)external-link

Millwall supervisor Gary Rowett hopes defender Jake Cooper, related with Rangers, will signal a freelance extension. (South London Press)external-link

Brighton defender Odel Offiah watched Hearts’ win over Rosenborg at Tynecastle remaining evening because the 20-year-old prepares to sign up for the Edinburgh membership on mortgage. (Edinburgh Evening News)external-link

Livingston CEO John Ward warns that the membership can not maintain the losses it has made within the remaining two years and says an “ongoing court docket dispute with shareholders and one ex-director” is using attainable buyers away. (Day-to-day Mail, print version)

Manchester Town have paid Leicester Town £1m for Scottish-born 14-year-old Tyrese Noubissie, whose French dad Patrick had spells with Hibs, Livingston and Dundee. (Scottish Sun)external-link

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