Scottish Football Live: Ex-West Ham boss wants Celtic job | New signing arrives at Parkhead | Premiership side challenge Euro elite for defender | Rangers want Klinsmann | Naismith confirms Hearts dea
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Tuesday, 14th May 2019, 10:23 am
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Slaven Bilic is the latest name to express an interest in the Celtic job. The former Croatia and West Ham man has been linked with the Scotland vacancy but is interested in the Parkhead post. (BBC) January signing Marian Shved has arrived at Celtic. The player has expressed his excitement at getting started with the club. Celtic are monitoring MVV Maastricht defender Xavier Mbuyama. The Hoops are keeping tabs on the 17-year-old centre-back along with a host of big European clubs. (Voetbal International) Rafa Benitez won't be joining Celtic, according to Sky Sports' football reporter in England's north east. Instead he is set to sign a new deal with Newcastle. (Sky Sports) Celtic have been foiled in bringing John Park back to the club to replace outgoing head of recruitment Lee Congerton. Park oversaw a number of key signings during his last spell. Rafael Benitez has been installed as favourite for the Celtic job by bookies. The Newcastle manager has yet to sign a new deal to keep him at St James' Park. Hearts striker Steven Naismith has revealed he has agreed a contract to convert his loan deal into a permanent arrangement this summer. (The Scotsman) Rangers have been watching Jurgen Klinsmann's son Jonathan. The goalkeeper is out of contract at Hertha Berlin. (Scottish Sun) Odsonne Edouard is one of three Celtic players who are doubtful for the Scottish Cup final. Mikael Lustig and Jonny Hayes are also struggling make the Hampden showpiece against Hearts. (Daily Record) Steven Gerrard is waiting for the transfer window to open before going after his key targets. The Rangers boss wants to add quality but has so far been focusing on out of contract players. (RangersTV) Charlie Adam is keen on the Dundee job. The Dundonian is willing to speak to the club to replace Jim McIntyre. (Daily Record) Former Swansea City and Sheffield Wednesday manager Carlos Carvalhal is keen on the Parkhead post. His representatives have spoken to the club. (Scottish Sun)