The Daily Record has turned to a 7-year-old for today’s feel good story for loyal bears.
Yesterday it was revealed that May circulation was down 2% on April with just 71,908 bears buying the Record despite the thrilling run to the final of the Europa League and the Laviegate follow-up.
With no sign of £25m bids coming in for Calvin Bassey and John Souttar the only part of the Gio Revolution the Glasgow based publisher has had to dig deep, fortunately they have come up with a story including an O** F*** twist.
This morning, the Record informed their army of readers:
Celtic-daft footballer Jack Reid has crossed the Old Firm divide to sign a youth contract with Glasgow rivals Rangers.
And his proud dad David is happy to put the rivalry to one side in the hope of seeing his boy take the Ibrox side by storm.
The seven-year-old, whose favourite Hoops player is Japanese midfielder Kyogo Furuhashi, wowed scouts while playing for local side Wishaw Wycombe Wanderers and signed for the Govan club on May 29 after a successful trial.
Jack, from Pather, has been brought up a Celtic fan, attending his first game when he was just 10 months old in 2015.
The Tribute Act are three years older than Jack.