Scottish Gossip: Ronny Deila, Mark Warburton, Kieran Tierney

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FOOTBALL GOSSIP

Manchester City join the list of clubs tracking Celtic's teenage left-back Kieran Tierney. (Daily Mail)

Reports in his native Norway suggest a deal has been struck for Ronny Deila to amicably call time on his stint as Celtic manager at the end of the season. (Herald)

Deila will move on at the end of the season, with Roy Keane, Neil Lennon, Henrik Larsson and David Moyes among the contenders to replace him at Celtic Park. (Sun)

Rangers vice chairman Paul Murray confirms that manager Mark Warburton will receive the money he needs to challenge Celtic in the top flight next season. (Herald)

But Warburton won't be bringing in lots of new faces as he stresses his preference for a small, tight-knit squad. (Times)

St Mirren are considering a social media ban for staff after players used Twitter to voice support for Championship rivals Rangers at the weekend. (Herald)

St Mirren fans say their bid to take over the Paisley club in an ownership model similar to the one used by Hearts is off to a flying start. (National)

Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon expects Rangers to strengthen over the summer and says the Premiership race will be "quite tight". (Various)

But Celtic defender Erik Sviatvchenko is dismissing the prospect of a title challenge from Ibrox, saying the Scottish Cup semi-final defeat was down to his side not playing to their potential. (Various)

Former Rangers manager Paul Le Guen, who was at Hampden on Sunday for French TV, says Celtic have no chance of making an impact in Europe next season unless big improvements are made. (Herald)

Ex-Celtic star Murdo MacLeod thinks the "moneyball signing policy" implemented by his former club has been counter-productive, despite cashing in on big fees for the likes of Virgil van Dijk and Fraser Forster. (Times)

Midfielder Nicky Law, out of contract in the summer, is desperate to remain at Rangers. (Various)

Rangers midfielder Andy Halliday reckons Mark Warburton should be a contender for manager of the year. (Various)

St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright is sure his players will remain motivated for the rest of the season even though the chance of reaching Europe for the fifth season in a row is gone. (Sun)

Former Leicester City team-mate Kasper Schmeichel, X Factor champion Sam Bailey and legendary jockey AP McCoy were among those sending messages of congratulations to Hibs goalkeeper Conrad Logan after his remarkable debut at Hampden on Saturday. (Sun)

However, Mark Oxley, who was replaced by Logan for the Scottish Cup final victory due to suspension, will return for tomorrow's league game with Rangers. (Edinburgh Evening News)

Following his Liverpool debut at the weekend, goalkeeper Danny Ward thanks Aberdeen for giving him a platform to impress during his loan period this season. (Various)

OTHER GOSSIP

Hockey star Alan Forsyth is the first Scot to be named players' player of the year in England's Premier League. (National)

Edinburgh centre Phil Burleigh has been cited for "alleged contact with the eye area of an opponent" in the 13th minute of Friday's 30-23 loss at Leinster. (Scotsman)

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