Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Rangers, Brendan Rodgers for Scotland

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Celtic are weighing up summer moves for Liverpool's Lucas Leiva and 20-year-old Chelsea midfielder Charly Musonda. (Mail on Sunday)

Veteran Portugal central defender Bruno Alves says he is flattered to be linked with a move to Rangers. (Sunday Mail)

Celtic are tracking Spain Under-19 and Real Madrid B forward Dani Gomez, 18, who would cost £3m, as they prepare to sell top-scorer Moussa Dembele. (Sun)

Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers has future ambitions at international level and would consider the Scotland job. (Sun)

Bruno Alves
Alves, 35, now in Italy with Cagliari, has won league titles in Portugal, Russia and Turkey

Winger Barrie McKay says he can't give Rangers an answer on a new deal - because he hasn't received a fresh offer. (Sunday Mail)

Rangers will not enter an Under-20s team in next season's Development League after gaining permission from the SPFL to trial a new scheme involving some of Europe's top clubs. (Sunday Mail)

'We can't stop yobs' - Police warn that 2000 banned English thugs can travel to Hampden for June's World Cup qualifier. (Sunday Mail)

Liverpool will announce the signing of Scotland and Hull full-back Andrew Robertson when the transfer window opens. (Mirror)

Darren Young is high on Raith Rovers' wanted list as they seek a replacement for manager John Hughes following their relegation to League One. (Sunday Mail)

Hamilton skipper Mikey Devlin lays into an abusive Accies fans after a bust-up involving his family after yesterday's loss to Motherwell. (Sunday Mail)

Scotland defender Andrew Robertson
Is Andrew Robertson on the move to Anfield?

"I think Celtic should be winning the Treble every year," says Scotland assistant manager Mark McGhee, a former Hoops striker. (Sun)

And McGhee thinks the influence of manager Brendan Rodgers will enable Celtic to keep hold of 19-year-old full-back Kieran Tierney for at least another season. (Sunday Times, print edition)

"There is life in the old dog yet" insists Rangers defender Clint Hill, 38, as he vows to play on for another year elsewhere. (Mail on Sunday)

Former Dundee United manager Jim McLean could have been bigger than Sir Alex Ferguson if he'd moved to England insists Kevin Gallacher. (Sunday Mail)

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