We bring you the latest news from Celtic and Rangers.
Celtic agree deal for Guidetti
Celtic have already negotiated a fee with Manchester City should they want to take John Guidetti on a permanent transfer.
Guidetti has impressed while on loan at Parkhead, and Deila insists that a price is set should they want to buy him.
“With every player we bring in on loan we try to have an option to buy," he said to the Daily Record.
“That’s why we know what it will cost. It could be harder at the end of the season. This decision has to be taken before that."
Celtic may have extended their unbeaten run to eight games after beating Dundee 2-1 yesterday, but Ronny Deila was still displeased with his side's performance.
The Bhoys manager felt that they had fallen short of recent standards, despite picking up the three points, and was concerned with a number of areas of their game.
"From the game, I take the three points and the second goal was fantastic," Deila said to Sky Sports.
"In a negative way, we weren't together in the pressing, not compact enough in the first half."
Rangers striker Jon Daly has admitted that winning the Scottish Championship is going to be a tough ask after their defeat to Hearts yesterday.
The Light Blues are now nine points behind the league leaders and Daly admits that the title is Hearts to lose.
"It’s going to be tough,” Daly admitted to the Scotsman. “It’s out of our hands now, we’ve got to play Hearts twice before the end of the season, but even if we were to win all of our games, including those, we still need them to drop points elsewhere."