A new favourite has emerged for the Celtic job, Hertha Berlin are hoping to sign Celtic's Dedryck Boyata in the next two weeks and Rangers are eyeing up a move for an Oldham youngster. It's the latest news and transfer gossip in today's Bulletin.

Rafael Benitez the new favourite for Celtic managerial post

Rafael Benitez has emerged as the bookies favourite for the Celtic job amid doubts over his future at Newcastle. Benitez has been frustrated with the lack of transfer funds and is concerned with the club's ambitions under Mike Ashley, with bookies slashing odds on the ex-Liverpool and Real Madrid manager to come to Celtic Park. (Various) 

Rangers keen on Oldham defender

Rangers are thoughts to be considering a move for Oldham's George Edmundson. The 21-year is reportedly a target for Steven Gerrard and according to the Daily Record, has visited Ibrox. Edmundson was named in the League Two team of the season. (Daily Record

Boyata set for Celtic exit 

Hertha Berlin are aiming to complete a deal to sign Celtic's Dedryck Boyata in the next 14 days. The 28-year-old is thought to be considering a free transfer away from Celtic Park and has reportedly held talks over a £40,000-a-week contract with the Bundesliga team. The centre back is currently injured and may have played his last game for Celtic. (The Sun

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James Forrest: I'll be fit and ready for Scotland games

James Forrest has vowed to do his best to be ready for the Scottish European qualifiers. He said: "Playing for Celtic helps you with Scotland, which is a big thing for me. After that game against Israel in November, I felt that the atmosphere in the changing room was the best I’d ever experienced with Scotland. I just want to win as many caps as I can.” (The Herald

Bilic remains keen on Celtic move

Slaven Bilic is keen to commence talks with Celtic over the manager's job, with interim boss Neil Lennon's future still in doubt at the Parkhead club. Sources told The Herald “Slaven is very interested in the Celtic job. It is a massive club with great history and emotion. (The Herald

Rangers vow to defend Flanagan

have vowed to ‘vigorously defend’ Jon Flanagan at a Scottish FA hearing and called for ‘full transparency’ over the disciplinary process as they question why Celtic defender Jozo Simunovic has escaped punishment for an alleged elbow on Jermain Defoe.

Flanagan faces a two-match ban after being cited by Compliance Officer Clare Whyte for an incident in the Light Blues’ Old Firm win on Sunday.

US businessman to attempt Falkirk buyout 

An American businessman is to try and buy Falkirk following their relegation. Margaret Lang is thought to be stepping down as chairman and shareholder Martin Ritchie announced he will leave the board in July. (The Sun)  

Route revealed for the proposed Celtic parade if they win Treble

The route to be taken for Celtic's proposed parade if they win the treble Treble has been confirmed. The Parkhead team plan to hold a procession through Glasgow if they beat Hearts in the Scottish Cup Final on Saturday, May 25. (Evening Times