Manchester United 'like' £30m Celtic ace, Rangers man wanted by Premiership trio, Hearts to move for striker, ex-Hibs and Celtic star to return, Aberdeen starlet worth £2m - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill

Celtic striker Odsonne Edouard is reported to be one of a number of stars Manchester United are interested in.

According to the Daily Mail, the Premier League giants are keen to add a striker to their squad in January and have £100million to spend.

If they were to target the Celtic ace, he would likely command a large chunk of that budget with the Scottish champions extremely reluctant to sell their asset at a key juncture in a huge season.

Matt Polster aims to stay in Scotland with three teams interested. The American has no future at Rangers but is reluctant to return home, and according to reports has interest from three Premiership teams. (PA)

Odsonne Edouard could be a target for Manchester United. A report in England suggests the Premier League giants 'like' the Celtic ace who is likely to command a fee in excess of around £30m. (Daily Mail)

Celtic have made an approach for Paris Saint-Germain defender Moussa Sissako. The 19-year-old is allowed to leave the French giants but the Scottish champions face competition from Utrecht for his signing. (RMC)

Livingston are keen on bringing Efe Ambrose back to Scotland. With Gary Holt on the lookout for a centre-back he has turned his attentions to the former Hibs and Celtic star who is a free agent. (Daily Record)

Hearts will attempt to sign Liam Boyce this month. The Jam Tarts are keen on the former Ross County striker with the Northern Irishman enterting the final six months of his Burton Albion contract. (Scottish Sun)

Aberdeen midfielder Funso Ojo reckons team-mate Lewis Ferguson would fetch the Dons £2m. The midfielder moved to Pittodrie from Hamilton in 2018. (Scottish Sun)

Former Celtic favourite Patrick Roberts has joined Championship side Middlesbrough from Manchester City until the end of the season. The attacker had two loan spells at Parkhead. (The Scotsman)

Rangers are "closing the gap" on Celtic when it comes to paying wages, according to a salary report. The Ibrox side are around £250k-a-week per player behind their rivals but have made significant advances in the last year. (Sporting Intelligence)

Hearts striker Conor Washington has backed boss Daniel Stendel to be a Tynecastle success due to his playing style and coaching. The forward said it felt good to be coached again. (Edinburgh Evening News)

Jamie Gullan is set to return to Hibs after his loan spell with Raith Rovers expires later this month. The League One side were keen to hold onto their top goalscorer but Easter Road boss Jack Ross wants to run the rule over the 20-year-old. (Edinburgh Evening News)

Former Ibrox chairman Alastair Johnston has questioned the mentality of Celtic fans over their references to Rangers dying. He said even if they did, it would take Celtic 120 years to reach the level of Rangers. (Various)

Lyon look set to scupper any Moussa Dembele deal which would net Celtic a significant sell-on clause. The striker is wanted by a host of clubs including Chelsea but the French side issued a statement declaring their intent to keep him. (The Scotsman)

Ex-Celtic captain Jackie McNamara has defended Steven Gerrard's celebrations after Rangers' win at Parkhead. Chris Sutton called them "embarrassing" but McNamara said there was nothing wrong with them. (Football Insider)

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