EPL side lining up £15m bid for Rangers star, manager claims 'comfort' over future of Ibrox target, Keane fears he's missed out on Celtic job, new contract for Rangers ace - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Rangers winger Ryan Kent is wanted by Leeds United. Picture: SNSRangers winger Ryan Kent is wanted by Leeds United. Picture: SNS
Rangers winger Ryan Kent is wanted by Leeds United. Picture: SNS
Sunday’s Scottish football news and gossip

Boss ‘comfortable’ with future of Rangers-linked star

Derek Adams says he’s comfortable with the future of Carlos Mendes Gomes as rumours swirl that an extension has been triggered in the Rangers target’s contract which would make it unable for the Ibrox side to snatch the striker up on a free this summer. (Daily Record)

Leeds in £15m Kent bid

Leeds United will make a third attempt to sign Ryan Kent with an offer of £15m for the Rangers winger. The EPL side want a quick answer on the offer as they look to assemble most of their squad prior to pre-season training. (Scottish Sun)

Gerrard warning

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Rangers manager Steven Gerrard insists his players cannot allow themselves to be distracted by this week’s developments surrounding the racist abuse of Glen Kamara as they set their sights on ending Celtic’s grip on the Scottish Cup. (The Scotsman)

Gerrard ‘surprised’ by Brown exit

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has expressed his surprise at Celtic captain Scott Brown’s imminent move to Aberdeen and admits next season’s Old Firm occasions will miss the midfielder’s combative presence. (The Scotsman)

New deal for Goldson

Rangers centre-back Connor Goldson is expected to finalise a new contract this coming week that will keep him at Ibrox until 2024. (Daily Record)

Keane fears over Celtic job

Roy Keane believes he has been overlooked for the vacant manager’s job at Celtic despite holding talks with the club’s hierarchy. (Scottish Sun)

Kennedy to meet McKay

John Kennedy expects to sit down for talks with Dominic McKay this week as the incoming chief executive prepares to begin his new role on Monday. The interim manager’s future is very much up in the air after taking over the reins from Neil Lennon in February. (The Scotsman)

Gray message to Hibs youngsters

David Gray has stressed the importance of happiness for footballers as England’s big clubs circle over Hibs’ crop of talented youngsters. (Evening News)

Will Hearts leave trophy on stand?

Steven Naismith was coy when asked about the possibility of the title-winning Hearts players leaving the trophy on the stand. There is a section of the supporter base keen for the team to collect their medals but ignore the Championship trophy. (Evening News)

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