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Glen Kamara is wanted by four lub, according to reports in France

English clubs and French giants eye Gers ace

Arsenal and Aston Villa are reportedly keen on Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara while French side Marseille are also understood to admire the Finland international. The former Dundee man is also on Brighton’s radar. Marseille will likely have to sell players before they can make a move for Kamara, who is valued at between £7m and £9m by the Ibrox side. (France Football)

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Robbo: I fancy playing for Celtic

Liverpool and Scotland defender Andy Robertson has admitted playing for Celtic one day would be a dream – despite a long-term stay at Anfield being his “ideal situation”. THe former Dundee United left-back grew up supporting the Parkhead side and told BT Sport: “My ideal situation is to retire at Liverpool. I’d love to be able to finish my career here, but I’ve always said I would love to pull on the Celtic top. Never say never.” (BT Sport)

Hearts staring relegation in the face

Hearts’ hopes of being saved by league reconstruction look to have been dashed at a meeting of Premiership clubs. The Tynecastle side are now staring relegation in the face after discussions to reshape the leagues were chucked out. (The Scotsman)

Rangers deputy chairman John Bennett hits back at ‘threatening behaviour’ claim

Rangers’ deputy chairman John Bennett insists the SPFL’s allegations of threatening and defamatory behaviour by the Ibrox club’s chairman Douglas Park towards the league’s chief executive Neil Doncaster are “unfounded”. (The Scotsman)

Ross keen to hang onto Hibs loanees

Jack Ross has made it clear that he would like to hang onto the loanees he believes made a telling contribution to the club’s season, but the Hibs boss recognises that may mean a lengthy waiting game. (Evening News)

Void season, urges ex-Hearts chairman

Former Hearts chairman George Foulkes has said the only option left in Scottish football is to declare the Scottish Premiership null and void. The Tynecastle Park side are facing relegation after reconstruction was rejected last night. Foulkes said: “League reconstruction would have offered some form of compromise that might have offered a way forward. But my impression is that the SPFL - and by that I mean the whole football world, all the Scottish clubs - are living in cloud cuckoo land. They don’t seem to fully understand the gravity of what is happening in the outside world. It would be immensely unfair if anyone got the title or got relegated on the basis of an incomplete season.” (The Sun)


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