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  1. Celtic's Jenz relishes Real Madrid visit - gossippublished at 08:22

    Celtic defender Mortiz Jenz believes the Scottish Premiership winners should aim to topple Real Madrid and win their Champions League group. (Sun), external

    Jenz is eager to play at Real's Bernabeu but says "nothing compares to Celtic Park". (Record), external

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  2. Celtic learn Champions League opponentspublished at 18:20 25 August

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  3. Hatate wants to emulate Nakamura - gossippublished at 08:18 25 August

    Fellow midfielder Reo Hatate hopes to emulate his Japanese compatriot Shunsuke Nakamura's Champions exploits at Celtic. (Record), external

    Celtic captain Callum McGregor would be excited to face Real Madrid in the Champions League group stage. (Record), external

    McGregor tells his new team-mates the "noise level just goes up tenfold" when Celtic return to Europe's biggest stage. (Herald - subscription required), external

    Coach and former player Darren O'Dea has been promoted to working with Celtic's B team as co-manager with his former team-mate Stephen McManus. (Sun), external

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  4. Choose your Celtic XI to face Dundee Utdpublished at 19:04 24 August

    Celtic aim to continue their perfect Scottish Premiership start when they head to Tannadice to face struggling Dundee United on Sunday.

    Who makes your starting XI?

    Click here to pick your team

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  5. Celtic taught me so much - Jullien published at 12:35 24 August

    French defender Christopher Jullien has bid an emotional farewell after sealing a move to Montpellier, insisting he is "forever a Celtic".

    Having amassed 61 appearances under then manager Neil Lennon after his £7m transfer from Toulouse in 2019, Jullien only added one more - as a late substitute against Raith Rovers in February - under successor Ange Postecoglou.

    After 18 months on the sidelines with injury, the 29-year-old had found himself behind Carl Starfeldt, Cameron Carter-Vickers and even academy graduate Stephen Welsh in the pecking order on his return.

    Jullien's prospects were further diminished by the signing of Moritz Jenz on loan.

    "Some might think that I'm satisfied finishing this way, my time in the club that gave me the first championship of my career - I let them think again," Jullien wrote on social media.

    "I would like to thank the club for bringing me here," he added. "I came here to learn what winning mentality was and I've learned so much during so many great games.

    "I would like to thank my team-mates, so many great players, my former coaches Neil Lennon, John Kennedy and all the staff that was beside me during those three years."

    Now he has reunited with his former head coach at Dijon, Olivier Dall'Oglio, who is trying to improve on the 13th-place finish they managed in his first season with Montpellier.

    "I left Ligue 1 quite a while ago now and I'm happy to be back in this championship," Jullien told the club website after agreeing a three-year contract. "Now I can't wait to get started - I have ants in my legs."

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  6. Haksabanovic in, Jullien out at Celtic?published at 08:42 23 August

    Montenegro winger Sead Haksabanovic has arrived in Scotland to finalise his move to Celtic from Rubin Kazan after a deal was struck between the clubs for the 23-year-old, but manager Ange Postecoglou is still looking at midfield and striking options, although the targets up front could be dependent on moving out-of-favour Albian Ajeti. (Daily Record), external

    While winger Sead Haksabanovic is on the brink of joining Celtic from Rubin Kazan, centre-half Christopher Jullien appears to be heading out of the Scottish champions, with L'Equipe reporting that the 29-year-old will arrive in his French homeland on Tuesday to complete a medical with Ligue 1 club Montpellier. (L'Equipe via The Scotsman) , external

    Celtic assistant manager John Kennedy could miss out on the Midtjylland head coach job as the Danish club are in talks with Barcelona academy coach Albert Capellas, according to BT. (BT via The Herald), external

    Read Tuesday's Scottish Gossip in full here.

    Rubin Kazan winger Sead HaksabanovicImage source, PA Media
  7. Catch up on the weekend actionpublished at 12:52 22 August

    Sportscene Round Up

    Catch the best of the weekend's Scottish Premiership action on our Sportscene Round Up show.

    Watch all 12 goals, six red cards and the best of the post-match analysis in the space of just 15 minutes.

    Click here to watch.

  8. Hart relishing Champions League return - gossippublished at 09:40 22 August

    Celtic goalkeeper Joe Hart felt his days of playing in the Champions League group stage were gone at the age of 35. (Daily Record), external

    Ex-Celtic captain Scott Brown has revealed Chelsea legend and current Everton boss Frank Lampard was one of the first to congratulate him after he landed the Fleetwood manager's job. (Football Scotland), external

    Read all Monday's Scottish gossip.

  9. Celtic 2-0 Hearts: What did the manager say?published at 18:13 21 August

    Celtic manager Ange Potsecoglou: "I'm obviously pleased with the win. It was a game where there was no real flow to it. It was very stop-start, hard to get real tempo into it. Some of it was our own doing.

    "Through that, we still maintained control and even though it was 1-0 for a long time, I never felt threatened. Joe [Hart] never had a save of significance to make, and at the other end their keeper pulled off two or three good saves to keep them in the game.

    "We haven't made too many changes to the starting line up but we're working hard with the whole squad. In every game the subs have come on and made the impact we want them to.

    "For me, it's as much about the performances. There are still areas we need to improve and we'll keep working towards that. We've had some challenging games so far, different challenges, and we've handed them well."

  10. Celtic 2-0 Hearts: Who impressed?published at 17:55 21 August

    It wasn't Kyogo Furuhashi's most sparkling display, but the Japanese striker still netted for the third game running and put in a tireless shift.

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  11. Analysis: Celtic 2-0 Heartspublished at 17:45 21 August

    Martin Watt, BBC Sport Scotland

    While Celtic's flawless start continues, they made hard work of overcoming a patchwork Hearts side.

    The hosts allowed slackness to seep into their play in the second half, with loose passes and careless possession giving their visitors a foothold.

    Still, Celtic's defensive solidity saw them through the rocky patch, with a third clean sheet out of four secured while restricting the visitors to a meagre XG (expected goals) of 0.15.

    At the other end, Celtic created more than enough chances to make the game safe long before Giorgos Giakoumakis' goal.

    Having come off the bench to net in successive games, has the Greece striker earned a start next weekend?

  12. Line-ups from Celtic Parkpublished at 14:09 21 August

    Celtic: Hart; Juranovic, Carter-Vickers, Jenz, Taylor; McGregor, Turnbull, O'Riley; Jota, Maeda, Kyogo.

    Substitutes: Siegrist, Starfelt, Giakoumakis, Abada, Mooy, Bernabei, Hatate, Forrest, Ralston.

    Hearts: Stewart; Sibbick, Rowles, Cochrane; Atkinson, Halliday, Haring, Mackay-Steven; Forrest, Ginnelly, Boyce.

    Substitutes: McFarlane, M Smith, Grant, Shankland, Devlin, McKay, Neilson, C Smith, Pollock.

  13. 'Kyogo sets sights on 30 goals this season'published at 10:03 21 August

    Ange Postecoglou has admitted he won't change his tactics for Celtic's Champions League campaign since the manager believes he has a squad capable of going toe-to-toe with the cream of Europe. (Scottish Sun), external

    Celtic striker Kyogo Furuhashi reckons he can break the 30-goal barrier this term if he avoids injury after missing a chunk of last season. (Scottish Sun), external

    Read the rest of Sunday's Scottish gossip.

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  14. Postecoglou welcomes Premiership's Aussie influxpublished at 21:29 20 August

    Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou has welcomed the Australian influx to Scottish football as he prepares to face a Hearts squad featuring three of his countrymen.

    Socceroos defender Kye Rowles has joined Cammy Devlin and Nathaniel Atkinson at Tynecsatle, while the likes of Livingston, Hibernian, Dundee United and St Johnstone have also recruited Australian players this summer.

    And Postecoglou replaced one Australia midfielder for another when Aaron Mooy arrived at Celtic following Tom Rogic's departure.

    Ahead of Sunday's Parkhead meeting in the cinch Premiership, former Australia manager Postecoglou said: "It's great for Australian football - it's a good league for Australian players. It gives them a real stepping stone into Europe and it's a tough, competitive league.

    "Particularly with Hearts, Cammy Devlin coming in last year and doing really well probably encouraged them to look there again.

    "Certainly with Nathaniel and Kye Rowles, who I have known for quite a while, they are good players and good characters.

    "It's good to see other Australians in the league, they can add something but they will also be challenging themselves to perform because it's a pretty competitive league."

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    Hearts' Cammy Devlin will be aiming to get one over his fellow Australian when he faces Ange Postecoglou's Celtic on Sunday

  15. Celtic v Hearts: Pre-match statspublished at 18:53 20 August

    • Jota has been involved in 25 goals in 32 Scottish Premiership appearances for Celtic (12 goals, 13 assists), the most of any player in the division since the start of last season.

    • Celtic (27) and Hearts (22) have both had the most shots on target in the Scottish Premiership this season; 12 of the Tynecastle side's 13 shots in their 4-1 win over Dundee United last time out were on target.

    • Celtic have only dropped six points in their last 22 home Scottish Premiership matches (W19 D3), winning 13 of their last 14 league games at Celtic Park.

    • Hearts are winless in their last 15 league visits to reigning Scottish top-flight champions (D2 L13) since a 2-1 win at Rangers in March 2012 under Paulo Sergio.

    • Celtic are unbeaten in their last 25 home league games against Hearts (W22 D3), winning 20 of their last 21 (D1).

  16. Celtic linked with midfielder Atanasov published at 10:04 20 August

    Croatian outlet Germanijak say Celtic are interested in Hadjuk Split midfielder Jani Atanasov. (Daily Record), external

    Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou can match his 36 top-flight unbeaten run at Brisbane Roar between 2010 and 2011 against Hearts on Sunday, but says the situations are "totally different" since "winning is embedded" at the Scottish champions. (Scotsman), external

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