Rise and shine! Every morning we rundown all of the top headlines in Scottish football…
Rise and shine! Every morning we rundown all of the top headlines in Scottish football and fill you in on what you need to know and what isn’t all that important. This is TL;DR news.
The Daily Record and Herald are reporting that Brendan Rodgers met with Odsonne Edouard’s agent on Sunday evening to discuss making the PSG striker’s loan deal at Celtic permanent.
Leeds United have been watching John McGinn this season and could be tempted to put together a bid for the Hibs midfielder this summer, according to the Scottish Sun.
Jack Ross is currently in discussions with Ipswich to become their new manager, however the Daily Record (print edition) are now stated that the St Mirren boss has also held talks with new Sunderland’s new owners too.
Michael O’Halloran’s agent, Kenny Moyes, has stated that the striker was only spotted among Celtic fans at Hampden on Sunday’s Cup final because he was there to watch Motherwell – a team he almost joined in January – and didn’t know he’d end up surrounded by fans in green and white. Moyes suggested: “He now regrets the decision as he accepts it doesn’t look too good.”
Jim Duffy believes Alan Archibald is a “very good manager” and should be offered the opportunity to try and bounce back from relegation with Partick Thistle next season.
In today’s Daily Mail (print edition), Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson suggests that he may need additional funds from the club’s former owner, Wes Hutchison, to take his side to the next level.
Martin O’Neill has angered some Celtic fans after stating that he “hoped” Rangers would get stronger next season, claiming that it would improve Rodgers’ side in turn. The former Celtic manager said: “There doesn’t seem to be any resting on laurels here domestically, but if that competition gets stronger then Celtic will rise to it.”
Tam McManus believes Celtic are favourites to win another treble if Brendan Rodgers sticks around this summer. Insightful.