With the domestic season coming to a close, there is still much to play for in the top flight and lower leagues through the play-offs but already one Premiership top flight manager is considering calling time on his role, while others are already looking at potential signings ahead of the summer transfer window opening up. This is TL:DR for Thursday 10th May 2018. Hibs manager Neil Lennon is seriously ‘considering his future’ at the Easter Road club after a derby defeat to Hearts, which ended their hopes of a second or third placed finish in their first season back in the Premiership [The Scotsman]

Celtic are installing a state-of-the-art light and sound show, similar to those used by Ajax and Bayern Munich, as part of a £4m stadium investment [Daily Record]

Rangers target Allan McGregor could remain at Hull City, according to manager Nigel Adkins, who is keen on keeping the 36-year-old goalkeeper [Daily Record]

Former Celtic forward Lassad Nouioui has been forced to retire from football at 32 after he suffered a heart attack while training and went into a ten-day com [Scottish Sun]

Ipswich have been given permission to speak to St.Mirren manager Jack Ross as the English Championship side look for a new manager following the departure of Mick McCarthy [BBC Sport]

Hearts manager Craig Levein has tipped teenager Harry Cochrane to become a Scotland star of the future after impressing during Wednesday night’s 2-1 win over rivals Hibs [BBC Sport]

Newcastle and Celtic are interested in signing West Brom defender Craig Dawson, with the Englishman reportedly valued at £15m [Daily Mail]

Chelsea plan to cancel Charly Musonda's 18-month loan spell at Celtic and send the 21-year-old Belgian midfielder out elsewhere next season [ESPN UK]

A brief look elsewhere

Everton striker Wayne Rooney has agreed a ‘deal in principle’ to join MLS side DC United [BBC Sport]

Swansea City manager Carlos Carvalhal will leave the Welsh side at the end of the season with the club set to be relegated from the Premier League as things stand [BBC Sport]

Former Aberdeen and Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has left intensive care after having emergency surgery on Saturday for a brain haemorrhage [BBC Sport]