Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Brendan Rodgers, Emerson Hyndman, Rangers

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Celtic plot a move to sign on-loan Rangers midfielder Emerson Hyndman for next season, having enquired about the availability of the Bournemouth 20-year-old. (Sunday Mail)

Manager Brendan Rodgers says Celtic will dedicate their title win to former boss Tommy Burns, who died in 2008. (Telegraph)

Scott Sinclair says winning league title with Celtic will eclipse his hat-trick at Wembley to secure Swansea a Premier League place. (Sun)

Brendan Rodgers should be a contender to replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal, says former Hoops and Gunners star Charlie Nicholas. (Sky Sports)

Ipswich are the latest club to register an interest in Aberdeen forward Niall McGinn, who is set to leave Pittodrie as a free agent. (Sunday Mail, print edition)

Rangers striker Martyn Waghorn says he wants to stay at Ibrox and become a hero to fans like former stars Ally McCoist and Kris Boyd. (Sunday Mail)

Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha explains that he had to remove three defenders at half time in yesterday's 1-1 draw with Motherwell because Clint Hill, Lee Wallace and Lee Hodson were all suffering from injuries or illness. (Sun)

Kieran Tierney and I can be Scotland's full-back stars for a generation says Hull City's Andy Robertson. (Sunday Mail)

Stirling University boss Shelley Kerr is set to be announced as new Scotland women's manager, with Anna Signeul leaving after the summer's European Championship. (Sun)

Morton have no plans for any extra security when they host Hibs next week, following the angry touchline altercation which marred last Wednesday's meeting at Easter Road. (Sunday Mail, print edition)

OTHER GOSSIP

Scotland and Saracens centre Duncan Taylor is finally fit after missing the Six Nations following a series of mishaps and he's gunning for Glasgow Warriors in today's Champions Cup quarter final. (Scotsman)

Underdogs Glasgow are full of expectation as more than 5,000 fans travel on their Champions Cup journey to Saracens. (Guardian)

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