Ex-Celtic man ‘interested’ in Hull City job and Rangers ace looks ahead to Liverpool clash

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Latest Celtic and Rangers news and rumours on Monday

Both Celtic and Rangers picked up wins in the Scottish Premiership over the weekend.

The Hoops beat Motherwell 2-1 at home.

Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s side, on the other hand, won 4-0 away at Hearts.

Here is a look at the latest news regarding both clubs...

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Former Celtic man wants EFL job

Former Celtic striker Robbie Keane is reportedly keen on the Hull City job.

The Tigers are in the hunt for a new boss after sacking ex-Rangers striker Shota Arveladze last week.

As detailed in a report by Hull Live, Keane is ‘interested’ in the vacancy at the MKM Stadium.

Postecoglou latest

Hoops fans will be nervous every time a Premier League job becomes available.

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Wolves are now eyeing a replacement for Bruno Lage after their decision to sack the Portuguese manager over the weekend.

According to a report by The Telegraph, Ange Postecoglou’s name has been ‘mentioned’ by the club’s hierarchy as a potential option.

Rangers man excited to face Liverpool

Rangers have a tricky away trip to Anfield this week to lock horns with Liverpool in the Champions League.

Their midfielder John Lundstram grew up supporting the Reds.

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He is excited for the clash on Merseyside and has told Sky Sports: “Going back to my own city to the club I grew up supporting is a special occasion for myself and I want to go there and get a decent result.”

Pundit praises Morelos

Pundit Kenny Miller believes Alfredo Morelos is still the Gers’ best striker.

The Colombian is no longer guarenteed a starting spot due to the form of Antonio Colak.

Miller thinks he remains their most dangerous option in attack and has said on BBC Sportsround: “The best version of Morelos is Rangers’ best striker. I don’t think there’s any doubt about that.

“He brings so much more to the team, he’s more mobile, he’s quicker and more aggressive. I think he will play him on Tuesday night against Liverpool.”

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