A Rangers target has turned down a contract offer at his current club, adding speculation about his future, Rafa Benitez has turned down talks from other European clubs, and Mikael Lustig could be leaving Celtic.

All this and more in today's Bulletin. 

Rangers target turns down deal

A Rangers transfer target has added to speculation that he could be set to join the Ibrox side.  George Edmundson has turned down a new deal at Oldham, with the defender having been the subject of an unsuccessful bid by the Ibrox club earlier this week. (Daily Record

Rafael Benitez turns down talks

Rafael Benitez, who has been linked with the Celtic job, has declined talks with Marseille and Roma amid speculation over his future. The Newcastle manager has held talks with the club over staying at St James' Park, but is also one of the bookies' favourites for the Celtic job. (Various) 

Lustig on the move?

Mikael Lustig is expected to leave Celtic to join Malmo this summer after seven-and-a-half years in Glasgow. The Swede's contract is up at the end of the season with Malmo subject to a massive offer from Malmo. Lustig joined Celtic back in January 2012 from Rosenborg having signed a pre-contract deal. (The Sun

Hibs boss to move down south? 

Paul Heckingbottom is among the leading candidates for the Middlesbrough job. Could he be set for a move down south? 

Cup final doesn't decide future says Lennon

Celtic manager Neil Lennon does not believe Saturday's Scottish Cup final against Hearts will have a bearing on his future with the club. Lennon could be abroad on holiday when his fate at Celtic Park is decided. He told The Herald “I’m going to Marbella on Monday for a few days for my mate’s 50th birthday. I’ll be around on Sunday, then away for three or four days. That’s in place. We’ll see what happens after that. (The Herald

Celtic linked with O'Donnell

Kilmarnock will look to sell their Scotland international full-back Stephen O'Donnell this summer, with the 27-year-old out of contract a year. Celtic and others are thought to be interested in the full back. 

Di Matteo to take over from Clarke?

Roberto Di Matteo is joint-favourite to take over from Steve Clarke at Kilmarnock. Steve Clarke led Kilmarnock to Europe but left to manage the National team. (The Sun

Ryan Jack backed for Scotland

Barry Ferguson has said he will be "absolutely amazed" if Rangers midfielder Ryan Jack is not named in Clarke's squad for the upcoming games against Cyprus and Belgium. (Daily Record)

Aberdeen are keen to secure the signature of James Wilson on a permanent contract, having had the Manchester United striker on loan this season. (Daily Express)