Rumour Mill: Patrick Roberts latest| Rangers legend slams Caixhina | Rodgers defends '˜ten in a row' gesture

Patrick Roberts will get a chance to prove himself at Manchester City under Guardiola; Kris Boyd slams Pedro Caixinha and Brendan Rodgers '˜was stretching his fingers' after what some reported as a '˜ten in a row' gesture

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has defended his gesture saying he was 'stretching' his fingers' during the celebrations. Picture; SNS

Patrick Roberts ‘to be given a chance’ at City

Patrick Roberts will return to The Etihad at the end of the season despite the best efforts of Celtic to keep the winger. Pep Guardiola has stated that the winger, who has won two titles at Celtic, will be given a chance to perform in the Premier League Various)

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Kris Boyd hits out at Caixhina

Rangers legend Kris Boyd has slammed Pedro Caixinha stating that the manager showed ‘arrogance’ earlier this week. The former Rangers hitman said that he felt some of the Rangers players weren’t responding to his methods. (The Sun)

Brendan Rodgers ‘was stretching fingers’

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers claims he was simply ‘stretching his fingers’ during Celtic fans’ 10-in-a-row chants following their 3-1 win over Kilmarnock. The manager has signed on for another four years at Parkhead with the Hoops having secured their 6th league title in a row last week. (The Irish Times)

Foran in call to arms at ICT

Richie Foran apologised to the booing home supporters and questioned whether some of his players understood what relegation would mean for the club. The club lost 3-0 to St Jonhstone yesterday. (The Herald)

Izaguirre to leave Celtic this season

Celtic defender Emilio Izaguirre could be set to leave Celtic this season with Costa Rican club Alajuelense interested in securing the signature of the 30-year-old. The Honduran is out of contract in the summer (The Daily Record)

Ian Cathro urges players to build on Dundee win

Hearts manager Ian Cathro has urged his side to build on their victory over Dundee and use it to propel on for the rest of the season. Speaking after the match he said: ““We have to make sure this isn’t another false start. It’s time to go.”

Neil Lennon and Jim Duffy settle matters

Neil Lennon and Jim Duffy seem to have settled their differences following a touchline spat at Easter Road last month. The Morton and Hibs manager shook hands and even hugged before their 1-1 draw in Greenock yesterday.

Archibald compares top six finish to league win

Alan Archibald has compared his Partick Thistle side’s top-six finish to winning the Championship title. The side have never been in the top six since the split was introduced. (STV)

Callum McGregor ready for Scotland

Callum McGregor has said he is rearing to go if Scotland needs him with the 23-year-old keen to join his Celtic team mates on international duty. He said “I would feel better equipped to go back into the Scotland squad now. Definitely,” (Various)