Celtic man eyeing exit, Rangers man a doubt for Bayer Leverkusen clash, £40m for Edouard, Hearts and Hibs latest - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

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One of Neil Lennon's players is rumoured to be exploring a potential exit
One of Neil Lennon's players is rumoured to be exploring a potential exit

Shved eyeing Hoops exit

Celtic winger Marian Shved is reportedly seeking a move away from Parkhead after failing to force his way into Neil Lennon’s first-team plans. The Ukrainian international was signed during Brendan Rodgers tenure but has made just three appearances since his £2 million move in January 2019. (Football Insider)

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Tavernier a doubt for Leverkusen clash

James Tavernier could miss Rangers’ home match with Bayer Leverkusen in the Europa League last 16 as the Ibrox captain is struggling with an injury. The right-back is understood to be wearing a protective boot and after suffering a knock in the shock defeat at home to Hamilton, aggravated the knock in training which ruled him out of the 1-0 win at Ross County. (The Sun)

Edouard ‘worth £40m’

Former footballer-turned-pundit Noel Whelan has insisted that Celtic could quite easily sell Odsonne Edouard for more than four times what they paid for the Frenchman. The ex-Leeds United striker believes a fee of “between £35-40 million in this going market” wouldn’t be out of the question if the Hoops received offers for the former PSG youngster. (Football Insider)

‘Well sign manager's son

The son of Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson has joined his father at Fir Park on a short-term contract. Northern Ireland Under-21 international Harry Robinson has signed until the end of the season after leaving Oldham in January. (The Scotsman)

Stendel in coronavirus plea

Hearts manager Daniel Stendel is firmly against ending the Scottish football season early if the Coronavirus outbreak worsens. That prospect could relegate the Edinburgh club prematurely and Stendel is urging authorities not to act in haste. (Evening News)

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Boyle: We just gave up

Martin Boyle has delivered a withering assessment of Hibs’ defeat by Aberdeen, admitting Jack Ross’s players “just gave up” after Adam Jackson’s own goal had hauled the Dons level. (Evening News)

Buddies clash not my most important game – Stendel

“It is an important game but I don’t want to have the feeling that it is the one and only game that decides it.” Hearts manager Daniel Stendel is determined not to overhype Wednesday’s visit to St Mirren as the Premiership’s relegation battle intensifies. (Evening News)

Scotland play-off ‘unlikely to be postponed’

The Scottish FA does not expect the national team's Euro 2020 play-off final with Israel to be postponed, with the governing body feeling no alternative date exists for the fixture. (The Times)

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