Celtic eye move for £1.5m-rated Europa League foe, pundit makes 'last-chance saloon' prediction about Neil Lennon, Hibs ace criticises state of Easter Road pitch - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill
Saturday’s Scottish football news and gossip.
Celtic interested in Moberg Karlsson
Celtic are interested in signing Europa League foe David Moberg Karlsson, according to reports in the Czech Republic. The former Kilmarnock loanee was instrumental in destroying Celtic 8-2 over the two group-stage matches earlier this season and would be available for a fee of around £1.5million. (Denik Sports)
Gerrard not counting
Steven Gerrard insists beating Celtic in Saturday’s Old Firm clash would not guarantee Rangers the title even though they would see their lead at the top stretched to 19 points with a win. (Daily Mail)
Gerrard praises Roofe
Low maintenance, high quality. In Kemar Roofe, Rangers have got plenty of bang for their buck as far as Steven Gerrard is concerned. (The Scotsman)
Last chance for Lennon
Chris Sutton believes this could be the last match of Neil Lennon’s reign as Celtic boss if the Parkhead side are beaten at Ibrox today. (Daily Record)
Lee sets target
In a Hearts team which has plundered 42 goals in 16 games this season, Olly Lee is slightly disappointed that only three are his as the midfielder sets himself a target of breaking double figures by the end of the campaign. (The Scotsman)
McGinn blasts Easter Road pitch
Paul McGinn has raised concerns about the state of the Easter Road pitch and the impact it is having on the Hibs players’ ability to move the ball quickly as they struggle to rack up victories on the home patch. (Evening News)
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