Should Rangers grab Saudi cash for Tavernier and Goldson? Saturday Jury has the answer on one condition

Should Rangers be thinking about cashing in on stalwarts James Tavernier and Connor Goldson?

CRAIG SWAN: Yes. If there is serious Saudi money on the table it would be a good time to take it for all parties

ANDY NEWPORT: Goldson has shown signs he's beginning to slow but the Ibrox defender still has a huge part to play. As for Tavernier, why would you consider selling a right-back who is your top scorer? Unless it's silly money Gers should keep both.

MICHAEL GANNON: The pair get a rough deal at times for some fans but they have been consistent performers and Rangers shouldn't be looking to let them go. If bank busting offers land though, it could be hard for the pair to turn down at their stages of their careers.

Should Celtic wide man James Forrest be part of Steve Clarke's Scotland squad for the Euros?

CRAIG SWAN: Forrest is definitely worth a shout. It could all depend on the final five games and if Forrest can fire Celtic to a double then why would you not take an experienced player in form.

ANDY NEWPORT: Yes. His experience and ability to cover a couple of slots could be vital, especially if Hickey and Patterson miss out through injury.

MICHAEL GANNON: Clarke could do worse than taking Forrest along for the ride, especially with some injury issues. Scotland don't have much width and he can also play wingback or even up front. Get him on the plane.

The PFA have named their nominees, but who should land the Manager of the Year award?

CRAIG SWAN: It's tough with the timing and the main prizes have yet to be handed out. But Derek McInnes taking his team into Europe is a tremendous achievement. It's extremely rare for a provincial club to beat the Old Firm three times in one season

ANDY NEWPORT: Derek McInnes. He's taken a Killie side that were in danger of losing their way in the Championship and in the space of two and a half years turned them into European qualifiers. He's done a magnificent job.

MICHAEL GANNON: We need to start having these votes after the season finishes. McInnes deserves it but strangely Steven Naismith hasn't had much attention. Hearts might have missed out on finals but they've had a superb league season.

Who looks best equipped to come through the Championship play-offs for a crack at the top flight?

CRAIG SWAN: Partick Thistle came agonisingly close to the Premiership last year and that experience can be put to good use this time around. They could get the chance to avenge the defeat to Ross County.

ANDY NEWPORT: Raith Rovers have had a magnificent season but I've enjoyed what Rhys McCade has done with his Airdrie side and won't be surprised if the Diamonds dazzle their way through to the final.

MICHAEL GANNON: It's a treacherous path for the play-off sides, especially Aidrie and Partick. Raith look like they could be the ones and it might end up a tasty showdown with St Johnstone, that could go either way.