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Celtic linked with Dutch goalkeeper Vaessen – gossip



Celtic have made a concrete offer to goalkeeper Etienne Vaessen, who is out of contract with relegation-threatened Waalwijk this summer, but Eredivise rivals PSV Eindhoven are also interested in the 28-year-old. (Brabants Dagblad)external-link

Charlotte general manager Zoran Krneta says it was pressure from the Israeli media, international team-mates and their head coach – rather than the visible support from Celtic fans for the Palestinian cause – that drove winger Liel Abada to leave the Scottish champions for the Major League Soccer club. (Walla via Daily Record)external-link

Queen’s Park centre-half Danny Wilson has revealed there was interest from Celtic before he returned for a second spell with Rangers after leaving Heart of Midlothian. (Scottish Sun)external-link

Rangers midfielder Mohamed Diomande has been handed his first international call-up to the Ghana squad – having previously represented the Ivory Coast. (The Herald)external-link

On-loan Rangers forward Sam Lammers has scored his third goal since joining Utrecht, with the 26-year-old grabbing the only goal against NEC Nijmegen to make it two in two games for the Dutchman. (Football Scotland)external-link

Scotland head coach Steve Clarke admits he is delighted centre-half Scott McKenna is now getting regular game time with FC Copenhagen after a difficult spell at Nottingham Forest. (Glasgow Evening Times)external-link

Jota scored one and set up another in a 4-2 win over Al-Okhdood after being handed a start by new Al-Ittihad head coach Marcelo Gallardo as the winger starts to make an impact following his summer transfer from Celtic. (Football Scotland)external-link

Neil Warnock is on standby for yet another return to management, with the 75-year-old having already had a couple of enquiries since ending his 34-day stay at Aberdeen a week ago. (Scottish Sun)external-link

Rangers can overtake Celtic financially if they win the Scottish Premiership this season to qualify for the new Champions League format in 2024-25, with the money earned being enough to close the £36m gap between the Old Firm rivals. (Football Insider)external-link


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