ODSONNE Edouard has reportedly been gaining admirers in Italy and Germany, Feyenoord winger Sam Larsson reckons Filip Helander will make a 'big impression' at Ibrox and Celtic and Rangers have joined a cross-border reserve competition.

Napoli 'tracking Edouard for two years'

Serie A runners-up Napoli have been tracking Celtic striker Odsonne Edouard for the last two years, according to reports in the Daily Mail. The Mail say that the Italian club are weighing up a £30 million move for the forward, with Sampdoria, Atalanta and Borussia Dortmund all apparently interested in securing the Frenchman's signature.

Mols: Resurgent Feyenoord can cause Rangers problems

Former RAngers striker Michael Mols has warned his old team that Dutch side Feyenoord will be no pushovers when they arrive at Ibrox on Thursday night. Mols said: "There is a certain kind of mind that means they [Feyenoord] will attack and they have some dangerous players up front, players with pace and individual skills. Rangers have to be careful."

Celtic can win the Europa League, says Jullien

Celtic centre-back Christopher Jullien believes that his club have what it takes to win the Europa League this season. He said: "Yes, I believe we can, absolutely. Since I arrived here, I have seen that all off the players constantly have trophies on their minds. They want to win at everything - even in training – and I think this is important for our team."

Jim Jefferies sufers heart attack

Former Hearts manager Jim Jefferies has suffered a serious heart attak whilst golfing at Gullane. The 68-year-old was resuscitated by paramedics on his way to a hospital last night.

Celtic and Rangers reserves join cross-border competition

Celtic, Rangers, Aberdeen and Hibernian have all signed up to a new six-team competition that will also feature English duo Brentford and Huddesfield Town, report the Daily Record. Under the competition's rules, teams can play a maximum of three outfield players over the age of 21 and can name a senior goalkeeper in their starting line-up.

Feyenoord winger tips Helander to star for Rangers

Feyenoord winger Sam Larsson believes that his Sweden team-mate Filip Helander can make a 'big impression' at Ibrox this season. Larsson told the Daily Record: "He has that Swedish mentality and I have no doubt he will be a great signing. He’s strong, quick and is a great defender. I know it won’t be long until he makes a big impression in Scotland."

Berra admits fan frustration is affecting Hearts players

Hearts captain Christophe Berra thinks that the recent criticism that he and his team-mates have faced from the club's supporters is having an adverse effect on the team. Berra said: "At the moment we're on a terrible run and the fans are showing their frustration. Obviously it's getting to some of the players and affecting performances."