ISRAELI side Bnei Yehunda have insisted that they will not entertain any offers for Ismaila Soro that do not meet their valuation of the player, Hamilton manager Brian Rice has insisted that Scott Brown's late winner for Celtic last night should have been disalllowed and Rangers have been linked with a move for Olympiacos' Kostas Tsimikas.

Bnei Yehunda put £3 million price tag on Soro

Ismaila Soro, the defensive midfielder that Celtic have reportedly been scouting in recent weeks, will not leave his club Bnei Yehunda unles their £3 million valuation is met, according to the Daily Record. Manager Yossi Abukasis said: "We will only sell Soro if we get an offer which matches our valuation. We know what he is worth. We know there is growing interest in him and a lot of European clubs have watched him, even just this week."

Rice unhappy with Celtic winner

Hamilton boss Brian Rice has claimed that Scott Brown's stoppage-time winner against Accies last night should have been disallowed because of a foul in the build-up. "It's an angry dressing room because the boys feel we should have got something," he said. "The general consensus from the boys was that it was a push from Leigh Griffiths on young Sam Stubbs."

Beaton apologises to Gerrard for penalty error

Referee John Beaton apologised to Rangers manager Steven Gerrard after last night's 2-2 draw with Aberdeen after the official did not award a penalty when Alfredo Morelos was brought down in the area by Lewis Ferguson. Gerrard explained: "He has just explained to me that he got it wrong, right in front of his eyes, and there is no excuse. There is nothing more I can say on it to be honest. Did he apologise? Yes. I went to see him."

Rangers 'declare interest' in Tsimikas

Olympiacos left-back Kostas Tsimitas has caught the attention of Rangers' scouting department, according to the Daily Record. The 23-year-old is apparently on the radars of Galatasary, Rennes, Werder Bremen, Nice, Fiorentina and Fenerbache, so the Ibrox club will face stiff competition for the full-back's signature.

Middlesbrough assistant Robbie Keane keeping tabs on Cosgrove

Former Celtic striker and current Middlesbrough assistant manager Robbie Keane was spotted in the stands at Pittodrie last night and is believed to have been taking a closer look at Aberdeen striker Sam Cosgrove. The Daily Record are reporting that Keane was at last night's 2-2 draw with Rangers, with Stoke City and Derby County also keeping tabs on the forward.

We couldn't handle Aberdeen pressure, admits Gerrard

Steven Gerrard was left frustrated last night after he watched his side let a two-goal lead over Aberdeen slip as they lost ground on Celtic in the title race. He said: "We got too confident at 2-0, we stopped doing the things that got us that lead and Aberdeen put us under more pressure and improved in the second half. We couldn’t handle that pressure at times."

Scotland to use VAR in Israel play-off

Scotland will use VAR technology for the first time in next March's EURO 2020 play-off against Israel at Hampden, report the Daily Record. Celtic will use the officiating system in the last 32 of the Europa League in February as will Rangersm whould they qualify.

Lennon hopeful injured quarter will return for final

Celtic manager Neil Lennon has revealed crocked Celtic quartet Boli Bolingoli, Jonny Hayes Mohamed Elyounoussi and Odsonne Edouard are all set to train again today ahead of the Betfred Cup final on Sunday. Lennon said about Edouard: "We are hoping he will be ready for Sunday but if he's not we can't take that risk. We’re hopeful, but it's not 100%, and I'm not playing games with anyone. We will continue to monitor his situation going forward."