Rumour Mill: Celtic '˜should sign John Terry' | Hearts close to 15th signing | Gerrard reveals Wallace plans

Celtic should sign John Terry according to a Scottish football pundit, Hearts are close to recapturing Osman Sow, and Steven Gerrard wishes for Lee Wallace to become a regular part of his side.

Former Chelsea captain John Terry. Picture: AFP/Getty
Former Chelsea captain John Terry. Picture: AFP/Getty
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Hearts close in on Sow

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Hearts are close to completing a deal for former striker Osman Sow. The Swedish hitman has successfully undergone a medical and should seal a return to the Tynecastle club in a season-long loan deal from MK Dons. (Scottish Sun)

Former Chelsea captain John Terry. Picture: AFP/Getty
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Gerrard welcomes back Wallace

Rangers boss Steven Gerrard is hoping to utilise the talents of Lee Wallace after welcoming the former Ibrox captain back into his first-team squad. The club’s manager called it a potential “big positive” if the left-back can get back to full fitness. (Scottish Sun)

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Celtic ‘should sign Terry’

Celtic should sign John Terry for the remainder of the 2018/19 season, according to former Hibs star Tam McManus. The BBC pundit believes it’s exactly the player Celtic need if they’re going to solve their ongoing problems in defence. (Scottish Sun)

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Rodgers blasts Celtic defence

Brendan Rodgers claimed his Celtic side lacked pride in defending after the Hoops lost another avoidable goal in the 1-1 draw against Suduva in the first leg of their Europa League play-off in Lithuania. (The Scotsman)

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Levein: Hearts won’t be held to ransom

Craig Levein has warned Teplice that he won’t be held to ransom over striker David Vanecek. The Czech attacker has signed a pre-contract deal with Hearts and will arrive in January. The Gorgie Road side are keen to push through a deal sooner, but Levein insists there are other options. (Scottish Sun)

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Levein fires Souttar warning

Craig Levein has fired a warning shot across the bows of Scotland manager Alex McLeish after defender John Souttar was omitted from the squad for the friendly against Belgium and the inaugural Nations League match against Albania next month. (The Scotsman)

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Holt happy to work with Martindale

Gary Holt has no interest in the ins and outs of Kenny Miller’s shock departure from Livingston. On being confirmed as Miller’s replacement yesterday, Holt, who has signed a one-year rolling contract, is simply focused on making up for lost time. (The Scotsman)

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Gerrard wants ‘heroes and warriors’

Steven Gerrard has called on his Rangers players to be “heroes and warriors” in Russia next week to avoid their Europa League campaign ending with regrets rather than a place in the group stage. (The Scotsman)