Celtic's move for David Turnbull collapsed earlier this summer.
Celtic and Rangers will battle it out once again next season as Neil Lennon will be hoping to win nine Scottish Premiership titles in a row, and Steven Gerrard will be planning to stop that run.
Celtic are ramping up their preparation for the Champions League qualifiers.
The Celtic captain is getting tired of hearing talk about Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers taking over Scottish football.
Ryan Kent, then of Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers, took a swipe at Celtic's Scott Brown a few months ago.
Celtic signed towering defender Christopher Jullien a little earlier this week.
The Celtic duo were exceptional all of last season.
The Hoops have been training in sweltering heat during their pre-season programme in Austria.
Neil Lennon’s Celtic reportedly want Scott McKenna of Aberdeen.
The Hoops full-back is being linked with a departure from Celtic Park but many Bhoys fans don't want him to leave Parkhead.
Arsenal have been heavily linked with a move for Gremio's Everton Soares in recent weeks and, if reports are to be believed, a deal could be completed soon.
Marko Grujic was Liverpool's first signing of the Jurgen Klopp era.
Leeds fans couldn't help commenting as Brentford defender got injured.
Newcastle United are said to be considering appointing Sheffield Wednesday boss Steve Bruce.
West Ham United are said to be working on a deal to sign Sebastian Haller to strengthen their attack.
Kalvin Phillips is currently in Australia with Leeds United.
Tottenham Hotspur should really consider a move for the Lyon forward this summer.
Aston Villa and West Bromwich Albion reportedly want Charlie Austin of Southampton.
Aston Villa reportedly want Stoke City goalkeeper Jack Butland.
Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur have both been linked to Wilfried Zaha.
The Rangers midfielder appeared to mock his opposite number as Steven Gerrard's side claimed victory at Ibrox last month.
Celtic have enjoyed a magnificent spell under Rodgers.
There was a time in the not-so distant past when even the visit of Malta would have been met with an element of Scottish trepidation. It is a sign of growing confidence and improved form, to the point where a World Cup play-off berth is possible, that Gordon Strachan’s team were fully expected to see off this international football also-ran. They duly did without much fuss at all. Scotland’s Group F destiny is under their own control.