Rangers must hope Celtic players are still DRUNK to have any hope as Monday Jury name O'Riley price tag

As fans gathered in the city centre, Celtic lifted the Premiership trophy for the third year in a row
Celtic were crowned champions -Credit:2024 SNS Group

Matt O’Riley is attracting interest from down south and abroad but what figure would make Celtic budge?

KEITH JACKSON: It’ll need to be around the £20m mark and possibly even higher. But, even then, there’s no financial necessity for Celtic to sell. O’Riley will have to want to leave and right now he does seem happy at his work.

ANDY NEWPORT: Celtic have the luxury of cash in the bank with more to come next season, meaning they don’t have to sell. Therefore they can hold out for a silly bid. Let the bidding start at £25million.

SCOTT BURNS: It would need to be a club record fee, a big, big figure, to tempt Celtic into selling.

FRASER WILSON: Celtic hold all the cards here. If the player, who is under contract for three more years, is content then they can resist all offers. But if he wanted to go then £20m is a fair starting point.

Rangers are struggling for players and form heading into the Scottish Cup Final - what’s their best chance to grab glory at Hampden?

KEITH: That Celtic are still drunk after taking their title celebrations too far. And that’s not going to happen.

ANDY: The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. Clement has to mix things up and he certainly has to stick Dujon Sterling at the heart of his midfield.

SCOTT: Their best hope is to keep it tight, which against Celtic they have struggled to do lately.

FRASER: They absolutely need at least one of their crocked defenders - most likely John Souttar - back fit. Then it’s about stopping Celtic’s midfield and starting the game properly. That’s down to personnel and self-motivation.

Now their seasons are done, which three keepers should make it into Steve Clarke’s Euros squad on Wednesday?

KEITH: Angus Gunn, Craig Gordon and Zander Clark. And in that order. If Gunn was to suddenly break down, Gordon is the man best qualified to pick up the gloves.

ANDY: Angus Gunn and Zander Clark are nailed on and for his experience and class, I’d go with Craig Gordon too.

SCOTT: Angus Gunn, Zander Clark and Liam Kelly. Craig Gordon would have been part of but hasn’t played enough for Hearts.

FRASER: It’s a tough call with Craig Gordon back in the mix. But he’s played a fraction of the games Angus Gunn, Zander Clark and Liam Kelly have this season and hasn’t hit 100 per cent yet. I’d stick with the established goalkeeping trio that saw us qualify.

Ross County will face Raith Rovers in the play-off final double header - who wins?

KEITH: County will still be shocked to be in this position after working so hard to steady the ship. They might still have enough left in the tank to save their top flight skins but Raith Rovers will push them to the limits and, ultimately, they’ve earned their chance at next season’s Premiership.

ANDY: County had to go all the way to spot-kicks to rescue their top-flight status last term and I can see it going the distance again. Simon Murray provides a threat up top but too often he’s been let down by blunders at the back. That should encourage Rovers.

SCOTT: I still fancy the Premiership team to stay up. Raith have done well but it will still be a big ask.

FRASER: I’m surprised County have ended in this position as they carry a real threat up front and have quality in behind too. For that reason I think the Staggies will be too strong for Ian Murray’s Raith.