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Friday’s Scottish football news and gossip

Celtic can sign Ibe for free

Celtic could sign long-term target Jordan Ibe on a free this summer after the winger was told his contract with Bournemouth wouldn’t be renewed. (Scottish Sun)

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Celtic awarded title in event of season cancellation

Bournemouth winger Jordon Ibe. Picture: Getty

The SPFL are prepared to award the title to Celtic if the Scottish football season is cancelled due to an outbreak of the coronavirus. (Daily Record)

Rogic should look elsewhere

Australia assistant manager Rene Meulenstein believes Tom Rogic should look into finding a new club this summer unless he regains regular first-team football at Celtic. (Daily Record)

Halliday message for Rangers stars

Andy Halliday has warned his Rangers team-mates to “buck up their ideas” if they want to prevent the end of Steven 
Gerrard’s managerial tenure. (The Scotsman)

Rangers aren’t willing to negotiate away allocation

Celtic’s supporter liaison officer has claimed the club are willing to renegotiate away supporter allocation with rivals Rangers, but the Ibrox side aren’t interested. (Scottish Sun)

Ross ignores negativity

Jack Ross has insisted he ignored the maelstrom of negativity which descended on Easter Road following Hibs’ shock derby defeat by Hearts. (Evening News)

First start for Gullan

Hibs boss Jack Ross is ready to hand rookie striker Jamie Gullan his first start against Aberdeen tomorrow after the Easter Road club decided not to challenge Marc McNulty’s two-match ban for stamping on Hearts Sean Clare. (Evening News)

Moore doubt for Hearts

Hearts winger Lewis Moore is struggling to overcome a hamstring injury in time for Saturday’s Premiership match with Motherwell. (Evening News)

Stendel challenge for Dikamona

Clevid Dikamona can earn a new Hearts contract if he maintains the form shown in victories against Hibs and Rangers. His current deal expires in May and manager Daniel Stendel has challenged the Congolese defender to continue his dominant displays and win an extension. (Evening News)

Dykes to snub Scotland

Livingston striker Lyndon Dykes is set to snub advances from Scotland as he’s expected to receive a call-up from his native Australia in the next Socceroos squad. (Daily Record)


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