The Daily Record are reporting that Kris Boyd is hoping for a move back to Ibrox in the New Year.
Again, another Scottish transfer story without any quotes or substance.
He's apparentley issued a "come-and-get-me" plea to Rangers - but no quotes? Hmmmm.
Just typifies the tabloid rags in this country.
Boyd made his decision to leave Rangers - despite being offered £18,000 a week - and went to Middlesbrough under Gordon Strachan. He chose a championship club over Rangers, and even ignored a superb oppertunity to join Shota Arveladze's Kayerispor who are riding high in the Turkish SuperLig.
You've made your bed Kris, now lie in it.
From a footballing perspective, we have moved forward without Boyd this season. It has been the making of a new Kenny Miller, one that's netted 18 goals already in the Scottish Premier League this season. We also have James Beattie and Kyle Lafferty to return in attack and both have yet to justifty their place at Ibrox.
£4m Nikcia Jelavic is still to return from an ankle ligament injury and has already a class ahead of Boyd in the few games that he played earlier in the campaign.
Speaking of Jelavic, it's absolutely wonderful to see the big man back in training. A number of folk were concerned about Rangers splashing out £4m considering the financial difficulties, including myself actually. But after an explosive start in a Rangers shirt, the Croat was a massive breath of fresh-air and he was striking a formidable partnership with Kenny Miller.
Anyway, fingers crossed he is back for January 2nd or even earlier. A mid-December return was the target and Jela is on his way back to tearing the SPL defences a new one.
The thought of Jelavic vs Majstorovic really wets my appetite.