New Rangers chief finance officer James Taylor has mapped out the Ibrox club's plan to wipe out the £10.5m pre-player trading loss that chairman John Bennett told shareholders "had to go away" and to "keep an eye on" at their annual meeting. (The Herald)
Former Rangers hero John Brown reckons Ibrox manager Philippe Clement has a similar aura to legendary managers Graeme Souness and Walter Smith and has "won the respect of the dressing room by how he is putting his points over to his team". (Daily Record)
Rangers financial chief James Taylor has explained that the Scottish Premiership club found their name on a list of 19 clubs back in 2022 who were being monitored by European governing body Uefa to ensure they were compliant with financial regulations because of an accounting adjustment that was "well within the rules". (Four Lads Had A Dream podcast)
On-loan Rangers forward Sam Lammers insists he will copy mentor Ruud van Nistelrooy's novel "tomato ketchup" approach to scoring goals after the 26-year-old found the net for the first time since joining his local club, Utrecht. (The National)
Read the rest of Tuesday's Scottish gossip.