The latest news and gossip from around Scottish football.

Rangers look at Craig

Portsmouth goalkeeper Craig MacGillivray is on Rangers' radar, according to reports.

The stopper is seemingly high up on Steven Gerrard's shortlist of players who could come in and do a job in January, claim the Scottish Sun.

MacGillivray, 26, has already caught the eye of Scotland boss Steve Clarke who has added him to the national squad the past two announcements.

And the goalie is not short of admirers at club level, either.

Gers backup keeper, Wes Foderingham, is expected to leave in the summer which would leave Allan McGregor as the only first-team player.

There is also rumoured to be interest from down south in MacGillivray who is rated at around £2.5million by Pompey.

Big Dunc's big job

Ex-Rangers man Duncan Ferguson will take charge of Everton's next game after Marco Silva was sacked last night.

The Scot has been a coach at Goodison for a number of years and will be the interim head coach until a permanent replacement is made.

The Toffees are reportedly keen on Vitor Pereira at Shanghai SIPG and David Moyes.

Stoke scout Sam

Aberdeen's Sam Cosgrove was watched by Middlesbrough number two Robbie Keane earlier this week.

The Dons front man was in action against Rangers and put himself about in a 2-2 draw.

Keane took in the game at Pittodrie with Cosgrove in mind but it's not just Boro who are monitoring the situation.

Stoke City have also been credited with an interest in recent weeks.

Sutton: 'Last chance for loser Tav'

Ex-Celtic striker Chris Sutton has revealed he fears for Rangers and their manager ahead of Sunday's Betfred Cup final.

And he reckons it's captain James Tavernier's big chance to win silverware or always be remembered as a "serial loser".

He said: "There will be some really key contests this weekend. 

"Will it run through Rangers’ players' minds the fact that the likes of James Tavernier has been there for a number of years now and he’s been s serial loser, really? He needs to win something.

"I think Gerrard has to win a trophy. He’s been backed financially and been allowed to spend big money and, given the amount of players he’s brought in, Rangers have to deliver."