RYAN CHRISTIE has revealed that he and his team-mates are not holding any grudges over Kieran Tierney's decision to join Arsenal, Floriano Vanzo has hit out at Kilmarnock after a proposed deal fell through and Steven Gerrard has described Alfredo Morelos as 'unplayable'.

Christie: Tierney 'would be mad' to knock back Arsenal

Celtic midfielder Ryan Christie has insisted that his team-mates are fully supportive of Kieran Tierney's decision to join Arsenal, report the Scottish Sun. Christie said: "In a few months, when everyone looks back on this, I’m sure there will be no ill-feeling towards Kieran. They will realise the opportunity that has been put in front of KT, and that he’d have been mad not to take it."

Gerrard hails 'unplayable' Morelos

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard has described 23-year-old striker Alfredo Morelos as 'unplayable' when he's at his best. Gerrard said: "When Alfredo is on his A-game, he can be unplayable and help this club to be successful. That’s what he needs to realise from a personal point of view. His A-game, on a regular basis, brings this club success.”

Vanzo: Kilmarnock broke promises

Belgian midfielder Floriano Vanzo has accused Kilmarnock of not honouring a contract offer after rejecting a move to Rugby Park. Vanzo told the Scottish Sun: "Kilmarnock’s salary offer was nothing like the one they had proposed beforehand. I turned their offer down. It didn’t resemble the one they had spoken to me about in any respect."

Lennon backs 'legend' Tierney

Celtic manager Neil Lennon has insisted that Kieran Tierney has left Celtic Park as a legendary player. “I would imagine he [Tierney] will be remembered very fondly,” said Lennon. "Kieran can go with his head held high and as a Celtic legend. He has gone for a record fee, just like others in the past like Kenny, Charlie, and van Dijk - you have to put Kieran up there with them.”

McGregor not for sale, says Lennon

Celtic midfielder Callum McGregor, who was the subject of a late bid from Leicester City on Thursday, is not for sale, according to Lennon. He said: "There was an approach for Callum. Clubs from other countries might show interest in some of the players, but as far we are concerned our important players are not for sale. Callum certainly comes into that bracket." 

Robinson believes Tierney move is a 'game-changer'

Motherwell boss Stephen Robinson reckons that Tierney's £25 million move to Arsenal could be a 'game-changer' for Scottish football. "I think the Scottish game is very much on the up, and I think we’ve got true value for one of the top players in the league," he said.