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Scottish gossip: Celtic, Rodgers, Rangers, King, Hearts, Adams



The latest Scottish football rumours….

Scottish Premiership title-winning manager Brendan Rodgers says questions about Celtic’s playing style was the first time he had experienced such doubts. (Herald – subscription), external

Celtic could be in the same pot four as Aston Villa for next season’s Champions League draw but if the Scottish champions make it into pot three, they could yet be drawn to face Unai Emery’s side. (Sun), external

Kilmarnock manager Derek McInnes revealed referee Don Robertson apologised for letting Celtic’s opener stand in the Rugby Park side’s 5-0 loss on Wednesday that clinched the title for the visitors. (Record), external

Thousands of supporters gathered at Celtic Park to celebrate the club’s Scottish Premiership title triumph following the 5-0 defeat of Kilmarnock. (Sun), external

Rangers defender Leon King will “one hundred per cent” be ready to play in the Scottish Cup final against Celtic if the Ibrox club’s defensive issues do not ease. (Record), external

King is eager to stay at Rangers long-term. (Herald – subscription), external

Hearts’ 30-goal forward Lawrence Shankland deserves more recognition, says head coach Steven Naismith. (Scotsman – subscription), external

Dundee defender Jordan McGhee is determined to finish the season on a high with victory at home to Kilmarnock after four successive Scottish Premiership top-six defeats. (Courier – subscription), external

Aberdeen interim manager Peter Leven urges the club to extend winger Junior Hoilett’s short-term stay at Pittodrie. (Press and Journal – subscription), external

St Johnstone boss Craig Levein is confident the Perth side can get the win they need at Motherwell to climb out of the Premiership relegation play-off spot, though Saints also need Ross County to drop points. (Courier – subscription), external

Dundee United forward Louis Moult has been named Scottish Championship player of the season by SPFL sponsors cinch. (Courier – subscription), external

Scotland striker Che Adams, 27, is in talks with Wolves over a free transfer when his Southampton contract expires at the end of the season. (Football Transfers), external

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