Celtic boss Neil Lennon
Stories from Celtic, Hearts, Hibernian, Kilmarnock, Rangers and more in today's round-up.
Celtic will consider offering Callum McGregor a new contract according to Neil Lennon, after the club turned down a bid from Leicester City. (The Scotsman) Hearts boss Craig Levein says he hasn't ruled out signing former Aston Villa midfielder, Glenn Whelan. He said: "It's still on the cards." (The Scotsman) Hibs boss Paul Heckingbottom says the club could win the Premiership title one day, but it won't be thanks to mountains of money. (The Scotsman) Rangers new signing Brandon Barker says he got 'shivers' when he played at Ibrox for Hibernian. (The Scotsman) Kilmarnock boss Angelo Alessio hoped to sign Floriano Vanzo but after snubbing the move the Belgian claimed the club offered him poorer terms than originally promised. (The Sun) Steven Gerrard has praised his players for the progress made in Europe since his arrival and says Rangers have got 'their respect back.'. (Daily Record) Celtic boss Neil Lennon says Kieran Tierney was 'outstanding' for Celtic and says there shouldn't be any vitriol from fans for leaving. (Daily Record) Steven Gerrard has called Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos 'unplayable' after the club's 4-2 win in Denmark against Midtjylland. Former Dunfermline striker Faissal El Bakhtaoui has signed for Queen of the South ahead of their Championship tie with the Pars. (The Scotsman)