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)

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

"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)

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

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

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

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)

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

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

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)

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


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

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