Paper talk: Hibs right for Scott Allan | Rangers fans’ Murray Park fears

Rangers fans are concerned about the future of Murray Park. Pic: Robert Perry

Rangers fans are concerned about the future of Murray Park. Pic: Robert Perry

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Here’s what’s making the back pages of this morning’s newspapers in Scotland ...

• Scott Robertson believes Easter Road is the perfect place for Scott Allan to flourish. “Scott has undoubted quality and maybe he’s not been nurtured as much as he could have been down south,” said Robertson. “With the set-up we’ve got here, with the new manager and coaching staff, they are all about coaching” (various).

• Rangers fans want reassurances over the future of their training facility Murray Park, with some concerned that the Milngavie base will be sold for £12million to raise funds (various).

• Celtic have signed Cardiff City’s Norwegian striker Jo Inge Berget on a loan deal (various).

• Hull City full-back Conor Townsend has moved to Dundee United as part of the deal that saw Andy Robertson move in the opposite direction (Daily Express).

• Aberdeen legend Willie Miller reckons defeating Real Sociedad in the Europa League on Thursday would be as good as the Dons’ 1983 European Cup Winners Cup win (various).

• Inverness captain Richie Foran still doesn’t have a date for his return from injury (Herald).

• St Mirren trialist striker Callum Ball scored four goals in a 10-0 rout of Whitley Bay. Former Hibee Ross Caldwell also got on the scoresheet (various).

• Fenerbahce are lining up a £800,000 swoop for Dundee United striker Nadir Ciftci (Sun).

• Former Hibs boss Bobby Williamson is in the running for the Kenya job (Sun).

• Tottenham are set to sign Southampton duo Morgan Schneiderlin and Jay Rodriguez for £35m (Daily Mail).

• Napoli are in talks to sign Man United misfit Marouane Fellaini (Daily Mail).