We bring you the latest news from Celtic and Rangers.
Marseille want Guidetti
Celtic face competition from French giants Marseille to sign John Guidetti, according to the Daily Mirror.
The Bhoys have been so impressed by the Manchester City loanee already that they want to make his transfer permanent, but the Swede's form has not gone unnoticed.
The striker is attracting the attention of Marseille, who believe he could bolster their forward line, and they are expected to make a bid in January.
Celtic assessing Lustig
Celtic are assessing the fitness of Mikael Lustig after he picked up a hamstring injury whilst representing Sweden this week.
Lustig has had a history of injury problems and this looks as if it could be another lengthy layoff for the experienced Bhoys star.
Goram backs McCoist
Rangers great Andy Goram believes that Ally McCoist will keep his job next year, proving the Light Blues win the league.
McCoist has fallen under pressure at Ibrox, but Goram thinks that the current boss will remain in charge if they do win the Scottish Championship title this campaign.
"If we win the league this year, Coisty will be in charge in the Premiership next year," Goram told the Evening Times.
"Like it or not, the fans or whoever doesn't like it, he is going to be there, unless we don't win the league.