Celtic 'approach' Premier League manager, Sky Sports unhappy with Rangers, Parkhead signing 'no brainer', Pressley wants Aberdeen job - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

It has been an eventful past few days in Scottish football. Rangers were crowned champions of the Scottish Premiership but the fallout from fan celebrations continues to rumble on.

The Scottish Government are assessing next steps with concerns of more fan gatherings at games before the end of the season.

Rangers are back in action tonight in the last-16 of the Europa League against Slavia Prague.

All the latest from Scottish football:

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The latest news from around Scottish football. Picture: SNS
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Celtic have confirmed the signing of Sheffield Wednesday’s teenage starlet Liam Shaw on a pre-contract agreement. However, the English Championship club may take legal action. The Owls revealed they are investigating the move and did not want the “development” of the move in the “public domain”. (Various)

Ex-Celtic star Alan Stubbs believes it is a "no brainer" for his former club to try and sign Jonjoe Kenny on an extended deal after his loan from Everton ends. The right-back who replaced Jeremie Frimpong is due to go back to Goodison Park at the end of the season with his contract expiring in 2022. Stubbs coached the player while with the Toffees. (Daily Record)

Steven Pressley has declared his interest in the vacant Aberdeen job. The former Rangers, Celtic, Hearts and Dundee United defender believes he “fits the DNS" Dons chief Dave Cormack wants after parting company with Derek McInnes. (The Essential Scottish Football Podcast)

The BBC Scotland are “keen to find a resolution to the long standing dispute” with Rangers following the airing of a Steven Davis interview. As part of the coverage of the club's title success, the midfielder spoke to BBC Northern Ireland. There has been a standoff between the BBC and Rangers for a number of years following an Ibrox ban for one of its journalists. (Scottish Sun)

John Kennedy would be a lot of the Celtic players choice to land the job permanently. The interim boss following Neil Lennon's departure, Kennedy has led the team to a win and a draw. Former Celtic midfielder Scott Allan said: “I think if you were to ask the players there are probably a lot of them that would be for John Kennedy.” (Superscoreboard)

Sky Sports have approached Rangers and the SPFL regarding its access to the club after the Scottish Premiership title win. The broadcaster, who have an exclusive five-year deal with the league, are unhappy with the lack of interview opportunities in the aftermath of the confirmation of the league win. (The Guardian)

David Moyes is a candidate for the Celtic job. The Parkhead club are reported to have approached the West Ham boss who is out of contract in the summer. The former Celtic player has the Hammers sitting an impressive fifth in the Premier League. (GiveMeSport)

John Collins has been backed to fill the director of football role at Celtic. The former Scotland favourite, who has had spells with Celtic as player and coach, declared his interest in the position recently. Ex-Rangers boss Alex McLeish believes his “knowledge” for a footballer would be beneficial in recruitment. (Football Insider)

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Greenock Morton have appointed former St Mirren manager Gus MacPherson as their new boss until the end of the season. David Hopkin started the campaign as the team’s manager before he left in December and Anton McElhone took over on an interim basis.