Rumour Mill: Celtic's Patrick Roberts eyes City return | Hibs cup tie set for Tynecastle | Cathro took Rafa's advice

Patrick Roberts reckons he can make it at Manchester City after scoring against them for Celtic, Hibs' Scottish Cup tie against Bonnyrigg Rose could be switched to Tynecastle and Ian Cathro reveals he took advice from Rafa Benitez

Celtic's Patrick Roberts celebrates after scoring against his parent club Manchester City. Picture: Dave Thompson/AP

I can make it at Manchester City, says Roberts

Celtic goalscoring hero Patrick Roberts has revealed he was praised by Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola after netting against his parent club in the Champions League draw. The winger, who is on loan at Celtic until the end of the season, believes he can return to City in the summer and make the first-team breakthrough. (Various)

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Benitez sold me on Hearts, says new boss Cathro

New Hearts head coach Ian Cathro says Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez convinced him to take the plunge into management. The Champions League-winning boss advised Cathro now was the right time to strike out on his own. (Daily Record)

Bonnyrigg Rose want to play Hibs at Tynecastle

Scottish Cup shocktroops Bonnyrigg Rose want to move their fourth-round tie against Hibs to Tynecastle. The Juniors knocked out Championship side Dumbarton and now fancy moving their match against the holders to the home of Hibs’ greatest rivals. Rose chairman Charlie Kirkwood has already floated the idea to Hearts owner Ann Budge. (Edinburgh Evening News)

Stick with Hodson against Hearts

Former Rangers winger Peter Lovenkrands has urged Rangers boss Mark Warburton to stick with full-back Lee Hodson against Hearts on Saturday. Hodson impressed in the win over Aberdeen at the weekend and Lovenkrands says he should be picked at right-back ahead of James Tavernier who could be moved forward into midfield. (The Sun)