Kieran Tierney has shrugged off the attention from the big guns down south as he’s only targeting firing Celtic to the double treble.
The Hoops star is being watched by a raft of top sides in the English Premier League with Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho topping the list of admirers.
Old Trafford scouts have set up camp at Parkhead this season to keep tabs on the 20-year-old and were in the Hampden stands as Brendan Rodgers’s men hammered Rangers on Sunday but Tierney has constantly insisted his heart is set on home.
The Scotland ace penned a bumper new six-year deal earlier in the season and is determined to keep racking up the silverware.
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FORGET the back-page rumours - everything is still wonderful, beautiful and magical in Paradise for Scott Sinclair. The Englishman was bemused to read suggestions in the press that he wasn’t happy at Celtic after returning to Glasgow from a short break with his family during the international week.
The truth is simple: Sinclair loves the club, and he and his young family are happy and settled in Scotland. Leave? Out of the question. He wants to be here for 10 –in-a-row!
And speaking exclusively to the matchday programme for this weekend’s game against Ross County, Sinclair was keen to set the record straight and reassure the Hoops faithful his full focus is on hitting top gear again and finishing the season with a flourish.
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In 1992, when I was a thrusting young(ish) reporter on the Scotsman, my then girlfriend (and now wife) and I went on holiday to the west coast of the United States. We were walking down the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica, California, when we came across an international newspaper stand – a relic of the pre-internet age that offered ye olde worlde travellers a link back to the homeland, albeit with the immediacy we would all associate with Kris Commons...
Celtic left it late to complete the deadline day signing of Dundee defender Jack Hendry last night.
Brendan Rodgers was determined to get his man and the fact the Hoops shelled out a fee which could reach £1.5m and handed the player a four-and-a-half year contract shows just how highly the Parkhead boss rates the 22-year-old.
Celtic were relentless in their pursuit of the defender after Rodgers first earmarked him as a star last year and a close inspection of his performances and statistics shows exactly why.
Rodgers has instilled a style of play on the champions with a strict emphasis on playing the ball from the back and retaining possession.
CELTIC are delighted to announce that highly-rated attacking midfielder, Charly Musonda, has joined the club on an 18-month loan deal from Chelsea.
The Belgian Under-21 internationalist has been a much sought-after player in this transfer window, with many of Europe’s top clubs keen to take him on loan. However, both the player and his parent club believe that his football development will be best served at Celtic Park under the guidance of Brendan Rodgers.
The Celtic manager is a long-time admirer of Charly Musonda, and is delighted to have added the 21-year-old to his first team squad. Charly came through the youth ranks at Anderlecht before joining Chelsea back in 2012.
He has made seven appearances for the Chelsea first-team, scoring one goal in a League Cup win over Nottingham Forest last September, while he also spent a year on loan with Real Betis in Spain.
Brendan Rodgers aims to bolster his Celtic squad further this month after predicting a "tight" Scottish Premiership title race.
Celtic top the table on goal difference from Rangers, with Kilmarnock one point back and Aberdeen two more behind.
They have already recruited Oliver Burke, Timothy Weah and Vakoun Issouf Bayo this month.
"We will look to do more business, January is important for us," Rodgers told BBC Scotland.
"It's not just trying to improve the squad for now but also for whatever summer qualification games we have.
Rangers have signed experienced English Premier League duo Jermain Defoe and Steven Davis, with Rodgers revealing he tried to sign the Northern Ireland captain during his time in charge of Swansea City.
However, when asked about the Ibrox club's transfer activity, he said he was "not one for looking over the fence" and was focused on trying "to look after my own garden".
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