European side considering shock move for Rangers boss Steven Gerrard, Hearts winger close to comeback, Robertson backs striker's Scotland chances - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Saturday's Scottish football news and gossip.

Steven Gerrard at training.
Steven Gerrard at training.

Stories on Scotland, Rangers, Celtic and Hearts.

Steven Gerrard has emerged as a shock managerial target for Turkish side Besiktas, who are currently mulling over whether to sack their current boss. (Daily Mail)
Scotland boss Steve Clarke has insisted he's still the best man for the job despite overseeing four straight defeats. (The Scotsman)
Andy Robertson has backed Lawrence Shankland to have a bright future for Scotland. The Championship striker made his Scotland debut against Russia and Robertson, who played with Shankland at Queen's Park, believes it could be the first of many caps. (Daily Record)
Chris Sutton says that even if Celtic receive an offer of 50m for Odsonne Edouard they should turn it down, because the striker is too important to Neil Lennon's team. (Daily Record)
Hearts winger Jamie Walker wil step up his recovery from injury in an attempt to return to action in the next few weeks. (Evening News)
Ryan Christie admits 'terrible' challenge on Scott Robinson that saw him sent off last weekend, while revealing he has called it a day on Twitter after receiving abuse. (Daily Record)
Rangers chairman Dave King has been ordered to be "cold shouldered" by business regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority for a takeover offence of the "utmost gravity." (The Scotsman)
Kris Boyd claims the Scotland team are not listening to Steve Clarke and are playing for themselves. (The Sun)
Stenhousemuir reached the quarter finals of the Tunnock's Caramel Wafer Cup last night after Mark McGuigan's injury-time goal saw them past Irish side Waterford, 3-2.