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Sports Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Rangers, Hibs, gambling arrest for Scotland international,

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Burnley are tracking Celtic midfielder Ryan Christie and are set to make a big money bid in the final few weeks of the transfer window. (Sunday Mail)external-linkManager Neil Lennon insists Odsonne Edouard is happy at Celtic as Brighton join the chase for the striker. (Sun)external-linkCeltic winger James Forrest is struggling to make Scotland's Euro play-off…
Sports Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Rangers, Hibs, gambling arrest for Scotland international,

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Burnley are monitoring Celtic midfielder Ryan Christie and are space to assemble a substantial money express in the closing few weeks of the transfer window. (Sunday Mail)external-link

Supervisor Neil Lennon insists Odsonne Edouard is chuffed at Celtic as Brighton be a half of the trot for the striker. (Sun)external-link

Celtic winger James Forrest is struggling to assemble Scotland’s Euro play-off semi-closing with Israel – and facing a predominant battle to be fit for next month’s obligatory Extinct Firm clash. (Sunday Mail)external-link

Hibs boss Jack Ross is adamant all semi-finalists light indulge in the hunger to total the 2019-20 Scottish Cup – even if the Hampden semi-closing with Hearts shall be a “surreal expertise” on the lend a hand of closed doorways. (Sunday Mail)external-link

Rangers supervisor Steven Gerrard warns that his primitive Liverpool group-mate Ryan Babel on the total is a substantial chance when Galatasaray talk over with Ibrox next week. (Scotland on Sunday)external-link

Rangers supervisor Steven Gerrard insists he must preserve goalkeeper Allan McGregor past his 40th birthday. (Sun)external-link

“The response to the Covid-19 pandemic has exposed other folks that can no longer be as much as the job,” says primitive Celtic and Scotland captain Paul Lambert as he takes goal on the Scottish FA, SPFL and the PFA Scotland. (Sunday Mail)external-link

Hibs boss Jack Ross is beefy of praise for in-originate goalkeeper Ofir Marciano, who shall be out of contract on the end of the season. (Scotland on Sunday)external-link

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