Callum McGregor insists Celtic have to “block out all the noise” as they set forth on their quest for a record-breaking 10th successive Scottish Premiership title.
Brian Easton hopes the sound of silence will help Hamilton when they visit Celtic Park in their Ladbrokes Premiership fixture next season.
Ryan Christie has revealed Celtic’s players have been pushed “right to the edge” in preparation for the new season.
Alan Hutton has backed his former club Rangers to prevent Celtic from making it 10 in a row.
What the papers say Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg looks to be on his way out of Southampton, with Ajax, Tottenham and Everton all interested in bringing in the 24-year-old, reports the Daily Telegraph.
What the papers say Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane is set to renew his interest in Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba. Zidane is said to have been disappointed at missing out on the France international last summer and still views him as an ideal addition to his squad, reports L’Equipe.
If Aberdeen can take care of Rangers on the first day of the season it would be a huge statement.
James Forrest insists it will be business as usual for Celtic as they hunt down a record-breaking 10th straight title.
What the papers say England international Declan Rice is a defensive option for Chelsea, according to The Times. The paper says Blues manager Frank Lampard is looking at the 21-year-old West Ham defender as a possibility at centre-half. Rice supported Chelsea as a child and was a player with their academy for seven years until he was released at the age of 14.
Neil Lennon hopes to welcome Celtic supporters back through the Parkhead turnstiles in time for October’s opening Old Firm clash.
Neil Lennon admits he his moving his hunt for a new Celtic goalkeeper on to fresh targets after talks with Fraser Forster turned quiet.
Celtic will kick off their bid for a historic 10th successive title at home to Hamilton on Sunday, August 2.
Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl admitted some of his loaned players want a more lasting decision on their futures as he addressed Celtic’s pursuit of Fraser Forster.
Mohamed Elyounoussi remains hopeful Fraser Forster will join him for another campaign at Celtic Park.
Mohamed Elyounoussi claimed the love shown to him by Celtic fans made it difficult to leave Glasgow.
Celtic have retained Mohamed Elyounoussi on another season-long loan.
Hearts have re-signed Craig Gordon on a two-year contract.
Scotland goalkeeper Craig Gordon has signalled the end of his Celtic career as he bid farewell to the club on social media.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally admits he was surprised and disappointed to be given a warning from the SFA for comments about behind closed door football.
The boys are back in town – new signing Jonny Hayes is the third player that left Aberdeen in summer 2017 to return to the club.
Boss Derek McInnes is confident Jonny Hayes can be even better in his second spell at Aberdeen.
Celtic midfielder Callum McGregor will take heart from their performances on the road in Europe last season as they prepare for a Champions League qualifying campaign with a difference.
Gavin Strachan has vowed to be himself in his new role at Celtic after revealing his father never gave him any advice about going to the club.
Aberdeen were once again put through their pre-season paces today, however, there was a new (but familiar) face involved. Jonny Hayes finally completed his return to the club – after three years at Celtic – in time for a socially-distanced session at Cormack Park.
Aberdeen’s move to secure the return of Jonny Hayes after three years at Celtic looks to be a clever one.
Aberdeen have completed the signing of Jonny Hayes on a two year deal to secure the winger’s return to Pittodrie.
Sean Wallace: Jonny Hayes left Aberdeen the right way and will be welcomed back with open arms by most of Red Army
Winger Jonny Hayes’ Aberdeen return will surely be welcomed by the Red Army after the classy way he exited the club for Celtic in 2017.
Craig Gordon would be open to playing for Hearts in the Scottish Championship after being disappointed with the way contract talks with Celtic have started.
Celtic have appointed Gavin Strachan – son of former Parkhead boss Gordon Strachan – as their new first-team coach.
James Forrest is hopeful fans will be back in Scottish grounds by the time Scotland’s huge clash with Israel comes around.