Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Rangers, Hibernian, Aberdeen, St Mirren

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Jose Mourinho, who was sacked as Tottenham Hotspur boss on Monday, is in the running to be named the next Celtic manager. (Sun)external-link

Interim manager John Kennedy has admitted for the first time he could leave Celtic this summer. (Sun)external-link

Kennedy will have a first formal meeting with new Celtic chief executive Dominic McKay later this week but will not treat it as a job interview. (Record)external-link

Meanwhile, Kennedy will not be reconsidering who takes Celtic's penalties after Odsonne Edouard had one saved in Sunday's Scottish Cup defeat by Rangers. (Scotsman - subscription required)external-link

And Kennedy has backed Callum McGregor to fill the void left by Scott Brown when the captain leaves Celtic for Aberdeen this summer. (Herald - subscription required)external-link

Rangers must wait for the outcome of their appeals against the suspensions handed to five players for Covid-19 rule breaches. (Sun)external-link

Hibernian's Joelle Murray feels the treatment of Scottish women's football has taken two steps forward and one back during the coronavirus pandemic. (Herald - subscription required)external-link

Aberdeen goalkeeper Joe Lewis has been handed a boost after a scan revealed he did not suffer a break following a rib injury picked up in the weekend win over Livingston. (Evening Express - subscription required)external-link

St Mirren keeper Jak Alnwick is enjoying life at the Paisley club but says contract talks can wait until the summer. (Record)external-link

Managers Neil McCann and James McPake were unhappy with referee Mike Roncone following Wednesday's 1-1 draw between Inverness CT and Dundee, which featured two red cards and two disallowed goals. (Courier - subscription required)external-link

Inverness boss McCann intends to lodge appeals against the red cards shown to Scott Allardice and Brad McKay.(Press and Journal - subscription required)external-link

A proposed Atlantic League would not happen without Celtic's involvement, says Shelbourne chairman Andrew Doyle. (Record)external-link

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