CELTIC’S Olivier Ntcham hopes to be drawn alongside PSG in the Champions League group stages.
The midfielder, who’s from Paris, says he fancies a crack at Neymar and co. at Celtic Park. (Daily Record)
The Hoops will find out their group stage opponents in the draw, which takes place at 5pm today.
Former Aberdeen striker Duncan Shearer reckons Adam Rooney won’t be content to play second fiddle to Stevie May at Pittodrie.
Speaking to The Press & Journal, the Dons legend said that it would be difficult to keep them both happy if Derek McInnes opts to only play with one up front.
Former Hearts boss George Burley has backed Steven Pressley or Paul Hartley to fill the vacant managerial position at Tynecastle.
Burley managed both during their playing careers at Hearts and reckons they are outstanding candidates. (Daily Record)
Dundee’s move to a new stadium won’t have an impact on funding for new players, insists managing director John Nelms. (Evening Telegraph)
Motherwell have given Cedric Kipre a new year-long deal. The defender, who only signed in July, has impressed Well boss Stephen Robinson enough to tie him to the club until 2019. (The National)
Manchester City have met with Lionel Messi’s father about a potential sensational move to the Premier League club, the Sun are reporting.
The paper claim City director of football Txiki Begiristain met with Jorge Messi about a possible move to the Etihad Stadium for his striker son.
Another global star of the game could be on the move, with Spanish newspaper El Pais claiming that Cristiano Ronaldo is unhappy again at Real Madrid.
Ronaldo is currently serving a five-game ban and could reportedly leave the Bernabeu by the end of the week.
The Daily Telegraph are reporting that Chelsea have upped their pursuit of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, making a new £35million bid. The Blues are also ready to pay £32m for Leicester’s Danny Drinkwater, claim the Sun.
Jonny Evans’ protracted move to Manchester City could soon happen, according to the Mirror, who say West Brom will get £30m.
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