Scottish Gossip: Ryan Jack, Rangers, Aberdeen, Celtic, Hibernian

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Rangers are keen on Aberdeen captain Ryan Jack and could approach the 25-year-old midfielder with a pre-contract offer. (Sun)external-link

Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers backs forward Scott Sinclair for an England call up for the World Cup qualifier at Hampden in June. (Telegraph)external-link

"Pedro Caixinha asked me where I saw myself in five years time... I told him I wanted his job," Barry Ferguson on his Ibrox coach interview. (Daily Record)external-link

Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha warns winger Barrie McKay that talent alone won't be enough to earn a major role under his regime. (Sun)external-link

Celtic midfielder Tom Rogic, just returning from a four-month injury lay-off, faces a hectic summer schedule with Australia. (Daily Record)external-link

Rangers may have beaten us but that doesn't make them my main focus, says Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes. (Daily Record)external-link

Hibernian will find out today if they have been successful in lobbying to have the date of manager Neil Lennon's disciplinary hearing pushed back from 20 April. (Scotsman)external-link

Defender Efe Ambrose, on loan at Hibs, thanks Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers after being named Championship player of the month. (Sun)external-link

Isma Goncalves reveals that he chose a January move to Hearts over a lucrative deal in Azerbaijan. (Scotsman)external-link

Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson reckons there is a good chance top scorer Louis Moult will be fit for this Saturday's relegation battle against Inverness CT. (Motherwell Times)external-link

Partick Thistle are fully geared up to end a 36-year Ibrox hoodoo against Rangers on Saturday, says assistant manager Scott Paterson. (Daily Record)external-link


Glasgow Warriors coach Gregor Townsend backs teenager Matt Fagerson to "play at the highest level". (The National)external-link

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