Rangers ace in contract talks, key announcement expected from Celtic, Hearts and Hibs latest - SPFL Rumour Mill

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Many of the back pages of newspapers this morning unsurprisingly focus on Hearts' meek Scottish Cup exit at the hands of Brora Rangers but there are also rather substantial bits of news emerging from Celtic and Rangers. One key Ibrox man is understood to have opened talks over a new deal with Rangers while there could be a major announcement coming out of Celtic Park today.

Kamara holds Gers contract talks

Glen Kamara has opened talks with Rangers over extending his Ibrox contract amid rumoured interest from a host of clubs. (The Sun)

Dons set to announce Brown?

Aberdeen could announce Scott Brown as the club's new assistant manager after reports earlier this week suggested the veteran midfielder was set to leave Celtic in the summer. (Daily Record)

Glass targets trophy

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New Aberdeen boss Stephen Glass tasted glory as a Dons player - now he wants to bring silverware back to Pittodrie. He said: “I don’t know if anyone has ever been a player and a manager at Aberdeen and won a trophy, but for me it’s important that the city has a team to be proud of.” (Daily Record)

Erik: Brown ‘irreplaceable’

Former Celtic defender Erik Sviatchenko believes Scott Brown is irreplaceable, should he leave the Hoops this summer. The Dane said: “Scott Brown is a Celtic institution. And not just in Scotland either. I think his association with Celtic is all the way through Europe.” (The Herald)

Gers league win ‘up there with achievements as player'

Former Rangers midfielder Joey Barton believes leading the Gers to the league title will rank among Steven Gerrard’s greatest achievements – even allowing for his success as a player at Liverpool. (The Sun)

Ross outlines post-split plan of attack for Hibs

Advancing towards the post-split fixtures, Hibs primary objective is protecting their third-place status, says manager Jack Ross. (Evening News)

Neilson reveals ‘long conversation’ with Hearts flops

Hearts manager Robbie Neilson admitted that he had a “long conversation” with his players after they were dramatically dumped out of the Scottish Cup by Highland League outfit Brora Rangers. (Evening News)

Melamed a target

St Johnstone striker Guy Melamed is understood to be a target for Sunderland, Portsmouth, and Ipswich Town. (Suffolk News)



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