Rumour Mill: Charlie Mulgrew deal | Leigh Griffiths worth £15m | Rangers hope to sign 5 players

Celtic's Charlie Mulgrew. Picture: SNSCeltic's Charlie Mulgrew. Picture: SNS
Celtic's Charlie Mulgrew. Picture: SNS
Celtic will give Charlie Mulgrew more games as he bid to win a new deal, March Burchill says Leigh Griffiths is worth £15m and Rangers says they sign five players for next season's title push.

Charlie Mulgrew bid to win new contract

Celtic defender Charlie Mulgrew will play in today’s Scottish Cup tie against East Kilbride as he bids to win a new deal with the Parkhead outfit.

The Scotland cap has been struggling with injury for the six months but played an under-20s game last week. (Sunday Mail)

Leigh Griffiths would cost £15m - Burchill

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Mark Burchill believes Leigh Griffiths would be worth £15m if he played in England and also tipped him to become Gordon Strachan’s firt choice Scotland striker. (Sunday Mail)

Rangers hope to add five new players

Rangers manager Mark Warburton says he will add five new players if the Ibrox side win promotion.

The Ibrox boss says his side will look to add “quality” additions as they look to mount a challenge for the

Premiership title.

He also hinted that Nicky Law, Nicky Clark and Dean Shiels could be headed for the exit. (Mail)

Celtic haven’t capitlised on Rangers absence - Sutton

Chris Sutton suggested on BBC Radio 5 live Sport on Friday evening (February 5) that Celtic should have won the treble in Scotland for the past few seasons.

The former Celtic striker claimed that the Bhoys should have taken advantage of Rangers’ absence in the Scottish Premiership since 2012.

“Next year it will be better, the league, because Rangers will be up, we might get Hibs, so there might be more competition,” said Sutton.

Scott Brown comments inspired Aberdeen

Derek McInnes says Scott Brown’s comments that Aberdeen were not capable of winning the title drove his players on to victory against St Johnstone. The 4 - 3 win puts the Dons joint top with Celtic. (Mail)

Lee Clark in frame for Kilmarnock job

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Former Birmingham and Blackpool boss Lee Clark has spoken to the Kilmarnock board about the vacant manager’s job. Stand-in manager Lee McCulloch earned his side a Scottish Cup rematch against Rangers and remains in contention for the post alongside Ally McCoist. (Mail)

Ofere signs for Dundee United

Former Inverness forward Edward Ofere has signed for Dundee United after watching his new side defeat Partick Thistle to progress to the quarter finals of the Scottish Cup. (Express)

Robbie Neilson: We should win any derby at Tynecastle

Hearts boss Robbie Neilson says his side should win any derby game they play at home.

“We’re comfortable with it,” said Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson. “We’re sitting third in the top league.

We should be winning the game – that’s it. It’s a game at Tynecastle. Any derby, we should be winning at Tynecastle.

It’s just part of being at Hearts. When it comes to games at Tynecastle, we’re generally the favourites.” Scotland on Sunday