CALLUM McGREGOR says he plans on finishing his career at Celtic, Alfredo Morelos has held onto his place in the Colombia squad and Derek McInnes could be on his way to the English Championship.

I'm here for the rest of my career, insists McGregor

Celtic midfielder Callum McGregor - who yesterday signed a new deal that will tie him to the club until 2024 - has admitted that he was flattered by the interest shown by Leicester City during the summer, but revealed he plans on spending the rest of his career at Parkhead. “It’s good to get it over the line and get that stability for the new few years going forward,” he said. “It was a no-brainer to go and sign on the dotted line."

Morelos included in Colombia squad

Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos, who has netted 20 goals already this season, has retained his place in Carlos Quieroz's Colombia squad after the preliminary 34-man shortlist was cut to 23 players. The South American side will play Peru and Ecuador with both matches being played in the United States, report the Daily Record.

Kent confident Rangers will rise to Porto challenge

Rangers winger Ryan Kent is certain that the Ibrox crowd will spur the players on against porto tonight and believes that the fans will bring out the best in the Rangers players. He said: "I do respond to it. If you can play in front of the kind of atmosphere generated at Ibrox, it would bring the best out of anybody. And yes, it does take it up a notch on European nights. Definitely."

Rodgers: I turned down Arsenal bid for Tierney

Former Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers has revealed that he rejected an Arsenal approach for Kieran Tierney in his first week as the manager of the Scottish champions. He told the Daily Record: "The very first week I was there I was told that there was interest from Arsenal for around about 10 million quid. Peter Lawwell was very clear that this was an opportunity that was there for Kieran. But obviously we didn’t want the player to go and it was my job to try to convince him to stay."

McInnes on Stoke City radar

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes, the longest-serving manager in the Premiership, is a leading candidate to replace Nathan Jones as Stoke City manager according to reports. The Daily Record reckon that the English Championship club will make an approach for the 48-year-old in the coming days with Stoke impressed with McInnes' work at Pittodrie.

Four Celtic players stay in Glasgow ahead of Lazio clash

Neil Lennon has revealed that four Celtic first-team players have not travelled to Rome ahead of tonight's Europa League fixture against Lazio. The Northern Irishman told the Scottish Sun: "[Boli] Bolingoli, [Mikey] Johnston, [Leigh] Griffiths and [Tom] Rogic haven’t travelled and will be unavailable [tonight].”

Kamberi set for Albania call-up

Hibernian striker Florian Kamberi will be called up to the Albania national team for thir Euro 2020 qualifier later this month, according to the Edinburgh Evening News. The Swiss-born striker is qualified to play for Switzerland, Kosovo and Albania but is set to opt for the latter after catching the eye of assistant Sergio Porrini during Hibs' 5-2 defeat to Celtic in the League Cup semi-final.

Inzaghi to ask Lazio forwards to play through the pain barrier

Lazio boss Simon Inzaghi may ask his strikers Felipe Caicedo and Joaquin Correa to play against Celtic depsite not being fully match-fit. Inzaghi said: "We will give them every chance to recover, but an effort will be required on their part. We may ask them to make a sacrifice."

Mebude on scoresheet as Rangers youngsters record Uefo Youth League win

Rangers under-19s recorded a 2-0 win over Slovan Bratislava in their latest UEFA Youth League fixture. Dapo Mubude opened the scoring at Firhill last night before Nathan Young-Coombes sealed the win for Graeme Murty's side.