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Steven Gerrard has opened up on his Rangers future

Gerrard: I won’t quit

Steven Gerrard has reaffirmed his commitment to Rangers by insisting the only way he will leave the club is if he is sacked. The Ibrox boss said he would have to do “a lot of thinking” after his side’s Scottish Cup exit to Hearts but came out on Tuesday insisting he is at the club for the long haul. (The Scotsman)

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Celtic close in on bumper kit deal

Celtic are set to strike a deal with Adidas that will eclipse their record £25m five-year agreement with New Balance, becoming the biggest kit contract in Scottish football history. The Hoops were rumoured to be joining forces with the sportswear firm last year. (The Sun)

Morelos: I’m sorry

Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos has apologised to supporters after his late return from a trip to his homeland led to his exclusion from the squad to face Hearts in the Scottish Cup quarter-finals. (The Scotsman)

Clare: McNulty stamped on me

Hearts midfielder Sean Clare believes there is enough video evidence to show Hibs striker Marc McNulty stamping on him during the Edinburgh derby at Easter Road. (Evening News)

This can't be Morelos FC

Steven Gerrard has told Alfredo Mroelos to behave on and off the pitch as he warned the striker: “This can’t be Morelos FC”. The Colombian was omitted from the squad to face Hearts last weekend after returning late from a trip home to visit his sick mother. (The Scotsman)

Ross urges players to bounce back

Hibs head coach Jack Ross has revealed he’ll be encouraging his players to “feel the soreness and rawness” of coming off second best in the Edinburgh derby. (Evening News)

Considine for Scotland?

Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has suggested Andrew Considine could replace injured club colleague Scott McKenna in the Scotland squad for this month's Euro 2020 play-off. (Daily Mail)

Dons face Orient battle for defender

Aberdeen will have to battle with Leyton Orient for the services of free agent defender Tommie Hoban. The former Watford centre-back spent time on loan at Pittodrie but his time there was curtailed after he suffered a serious injury. (The 72)


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