Celtic battle Ajax for starlet, Rangers rejected £1.2m transfer link, Hibs to sign Cadden, Champions League 'Superbowl' - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

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Friday's Scottish football latest. Picture: SNSFriday's Scottish football latest. Picture: SNS
Friday's Scottish football latest. Picture: SNS

Ex-Arsenal striker Kevin Campbell reckons the Gunners’ one-time target Odsonne Edouard will leave at the end of the season. The Frenchman has recently changed agencies, reportedly with a view to a transfer. Campbell said: “I think his ship has sailed at Celtic, at the end of the season at least. It is the end of a great era but I think it is time for him to move onto pastures new.” (Football Insider)

A new Champions League format could be in the offing. Bayern Munich chief Karl-Heinz Rummenigge revealed Uefa were working on making the competition more exciting with the group stages called “boring”. Rummenigge pointed to the Super Bowl as a reference point for a possible new look Champions League. (Scottish Sun)

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Inverness CT boss John Robertson has revealed he has felt “really low” on a number of occasions since March and that he has struggled with his mental health. The Hearts legend admitted there has been so much to deal with and he’s not seen his children for nearly a year. (Various)

Rangers have rejected speculation that they were eyeing a move for Coventry City star Gustavo Hamer. The midfielder has impressed for the Sky Blues since a £1.2million switch from Dutch side PEC Zwolle. The Brazilian-born ace was reportedly being watched by the Scottish league leaders, but the club have rubbished the rumour. (Various)

Rangers have yet to decide if they will follow Celtic and furlough their U18s. The Parkhead side informed players they were being placed on the scheme as the impact of the coronavirus pandemic continues to be felt. A number of clubs are expected to do similar. (Scottish Sun)

Hibs are set to complete the signing of Chris Cadden today (Friday). There has been a hold up in his announcement due to negotiations with the player’s club in MLS Columbus Crew. With some details to be signed off it should be concluded before the weekend. (Evening News)

Hearts are refusing to rush into the signing of a striker. Robbie Neilson has revealed the club have a couple of targets but the players are required to be of a standard which will allow them to come into the team. (Evening News)

St Mirren boss Jim Goodwin reckons if there was a competition for which team has been hardest hit by coronavirus then the Buddies would win it. He was responding to claims made by Celtic chief Peter Lawwell who said the Glasgow giants were the hardest hit. (Daily Record)

Neil Doncaster says it will be up to the SPFL members to decide what happens if the season cannot be completed, The SPFL chief executive is, however, hopeful all games across all four divisions will be played with the TV contracts hugely important. (Daily Record)

Celtic are tracking Aston Villa starlet Aaron Ramsey. The 17-year-old is an England youth international and his contract expires at the end of the season. Ajax are also keen with Villa expected to offer a new deal. (Daily Mail)