Rangers have been linked with an international defender from the Championship, Callum McGregor has been named Celtic Player of the Year and much more as we take a look at the transfer news and gossip from around Scottish football.

Lennon team talk rallied Celtic 

Kristoffer Ajer has revealed how a half-time team talk from interim manager Neil Lennon ensured that Celtic edged out Kilmarnock. Speaking after the match he said: “We were a bit all over the place in the first half. The gaffer had a great talk at half-time and I think our second half was a lot better. It was about getting the team more compact and a little bit more energy in our offensive play. I think it really worked out well.” - The Herald 

Rangers linked with Swiss international 

Rangers have been linked with a move for Timm Klose, who is out of contract at Norwich City this summer. The Swiss international who has been capped 16 times for his country may leave with Norwich promoted to the Premier League. The defender has played 33-times this season for Norwich, joining the club for £7.6m in 2016. - The Sun

Van Dijk named PFA Player of the Year 

Liverpool centre-back Virgil Van Dijk has been named the Professional Footballers’ Association’s Players’ Player of the Year for 2019 after a stellar season for the Reds.

The former Celtic man succeeds team-mate Mohamed Salah in winning the award after seeing off tough competition from Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling. - The Herald 

Callum McGregor named Celtic Player of the Year

Callum McGregor has been named Celtic Player of the Year. The central midfielder took home the award after a lavish ceremony in Glasgow. He saw off competition from James Forrest, with the 25-year-old also taking home the Players Player of the Year. Kris Ajer scooped the Young Player gong after an impressive season. Mikey Johnston was named academy player of the year and Keeva Keenan was named Celtic women's Player of the Year.

Katic 'should hang his head in shame'

Derek McInnes told Sky Sports that Rangers defender Nikola Katic should “hang his head in shame” after his theatrical fall following Aberdeen's 2-0 defeat at Ibrox. Katic went down following an innocuous tussle with Aberdeen defender Andrew Considine, who was sent off.  The Scotsman 

Second "not good enough" for Rangers - Gerrard

Steven Gerrard insists securing second place in the Premiership isn’t good enough for Rangers as he looks for further improvement next term. Rangers ensured they will finish best of the rest behind Celtic this season with a 2-0 win over Aberdeen at Ibrox on Sunday. The Herald 

Hibs can take 9 points from 9

Hibs winger Daryl Horgan has backed Hibs to kick on with the rest of the season admitting that losing a late derby equaliser was “a kick in the teeth”. He has backed Hibs to win all three of their remaining matches to clinch a possible Europa League place.