Melbourne City have reportedly agreed a deal for Celtic's Jack Hendry, New York Red Bulls are considering a bid for Aberdeen's Sam Cosgrove and all the latest news from around Scottish football

Jack Hendry in move to A League?

Melbourne City have agreed a loan deal with Celtic for Jack Hendry according to reports. The former Dundee and Wigan Athletic defender has only made one appearance for the Celtic this season, an 11 minute cameo in Celtic's 5-0 victory over Partick Thistle in the Scottish League Cup quarter-finals. 

Sam Cosgrove on radar of New York Red Bulls

New York Red Bulls are thought to be considering a move for Aberdeen's top goalscorer, Sam Cosgrove. The Daily Record reports that Cosgrove has been spotted by Red Bull’s European scouting network, which also provides targets and signing data for their other clubs at Leipzig and Salzburg. Stoke have also been linked with a move for the Dons striker. (Daily Record

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Deal done for Soro says Lennon 

Celtic manager Neil Lennon has confirmed that a deal has been struck for midfielder Ismaila Soro.

The 21-year-old Ivorian will arrive from Israeli club Bnei Yehuda but will not sign in time for Saturday's Scottish Cup tie with Partick Thistle.

"We're just waiting on the paperwork being done," said Lennon. "Hopefully that can be resolved over the next few days. (Various)

Burton have inquired about Rangers winger

Nigel Clough has admitted that his club have made an ‘inquiry’ about Rangers winger Jamie Murphy. “We know Jamie from our time at Sheffield United. He was absolutely brilliant for us there.”

“There has been an inquiry. We know his representative quite well, he looks after a couple of other lads at our place, so that’s how it’s come about.

“But he’s on quite a bit of money at Rangers, so I’m not sure whether there will be anything happening. You never know. It would be a difficult one.” (Derby Live

David Turnbull opens up on Celtic saga

David Turnbull has spoken about how he had to learn to walk again after the "horrible" injury that scuppered his move from Motherwell to Celtic. The midfielder, 20, was set to join the Scottish champions for a Fir Park record fee of £3.25m in June before failing his medical. 

"After the operation I couldn't even lift my leg. It was just like going from the highest to the lowest.

"My family all helped me, but I was just trying to think positively and I think it was six to eight weeks before I could start walking. And that was with crutches.

"I lost so much muscle in my leg and obviously I hadn't walked in two months. Davie [Henderson, club physio] was trying to teach me how to walk again and as silly as it sounds it was tough to do." (Various)

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Zak Rudden hopeful of Ibrox return

19-year-old Zak Rudden has said that he dreams of one day returning to Ibrox but that it was time to move on. The striker, who spent the first half of the season on loan with Plymouth Argyle, said he felt to take a break from Rangers to get playing time. (Various) 

Naismith on Hearts captaincy 

Steven Naismith has spoken of his pride after been named Hearts' club captain following the axing of fellow veteran Christophe Berra. He told the official Hearts site: "I'm delighted that the manager has decided to make me club captain. But the bigger thing is that results need to change and change quickly."

Gerrard on SFA action

Steven Gerrard said he is ‘surprised’ at the timing of the action that has been taken by the Scottish FA after Rangers were hit with four disciplinary charges. “I was a bit surprised by the timing of it, how long it has taken. But that’s the way it is.

“It’s not relief [that Alfredo Morelos and Ryan Kent haven't been cited individually], no. We have read what’s come our way today, the club will deal with it and we’ll get on with it. That’s the way it is." (The Herald

Hibs reject offer for Kamberi

Hibs have knocked back a bid from Polish outfit Lech Poznan for striker Florian Kamberi. The Edinburgh Evening News reports Lech proposed taking Kamberi on a permanent deal, making a downpayment immediately with the remainder to come in the summer. (Edinburgh Evening News)