Hibs cemented third place with a 2-1 win over Ross County which moved them six points ahead of closest challengers Aberdeen, while the same scoreline for Livingston at home to Hamilton secured a top six finish for David Martindale’s men.
Rangers and Celtic had a blank weekend ahead of next Sunday’s Old Firm showdown at Parkhead, which is still on as it stands despite warnings from the Scottish Government that the match could be postponed in the wake of fan gathering following the Gers title win.
Here’s all the latest from Scottish football:
Keen on Celtic
Roy Keane wants to become Celtic manager and make a sensational return to Scottish football. The legendary Manchester United and Republic of Ireland idol would consider an offer to replace Neil Lennon – The Scottish Sun
Celtic are interested in signing French left-back Roman Perraud. The 23-year-old is also a target for Leeds United following impressive performances for Stade Brest in Ligue 1 –Daily Mirror
Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos admits he would jump at the chance to play in the Premier League as he opened up on transfer "difficulties" following his failed move to Lille last summer. The Colombian has also credited Steve Gerrard for turning his career around – Daily Record
Former Hibs manager Paul Heckingbottom will take charge of Sheffield United until the end of the season. Heckingbottom, who was unveiled as United’s under-23’s coach earlier this season, fills the breach created by Chris Wilder’s departure on Saturday – Sheffield Star
Edouard value questioned
Celtic would be lucky to get £15million for Odsonne Edouard this summer, according to Parkhead legend Frank McAvennie. He was quoted as saying: “The club can say they want £20-25million for him but they will not get it and if they are not going to get it, then he is not worth that.” – Football Insider