Transfer Talk: Rodgers' ultimatum, Gerrard's Tavernier wish
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The closing of England's transfer window ensured it was a busy day of market activity, but it's talk of a lack of signings that dominates the headlines.
Brendan Rodgers has issued the Celtic heirarchy with an ultimatum to continue pushing for progress or risk losing his services at Parkhead.
Celtic failed in a move for John McGinn and the Northern Irish manager warned the board to back him from here on in with signings or "risk letting the rot sink in".
Rodgers confirmed earlier on Thursday that a deal for Aussie playmaker Daniel Arzani is all but done, while Emilio Izaguirre is about to return to the Hoops after a year in Saudi Arabia.
Across Glasgow, Steven Gerrard allowed Josh Windass and Declan John to exit Rangers before England's transfer window slammed shut.
The Light Blues boss was less willing to dispose of captain James Tavernier's services, though, and insisted he wants to keep the full-back for life after West Brom's offer.