We bring you the latest news from Celtic and Rangers.
Maccabi Haifa want Kayal
Maccabi Haifa are already speaking to Celtic's Beram Kayal over the possibility of a January move.
Kayal's contract at Celtic Park expires next summer, but the Israeli side are hoping to get him on a cut price deal in the new year.
"We will speak with Beram and ask him if he wants to come back," Maccabi Haifa boss Aleksandar Stanojevic said to the Daily Record. "The player’s agent is already in Israel and we are talking with him.
“We have been told he has not ruled out a return here."
Commons glad to be back
Kris Commons says that he is feeling good after making his long awaited return to action.
The attacking midfielder has been out for a lengthy period of time with injury, but played for 60 minutes during Celtic's win over Dundee at the weekend and he says it was good to be back.
"I'm feeling good and it's all about getting that match sharpness back now," Commons told the Belfast Telegraph.
Daly backs McCoist
Rangers manager Ally McCoist has received little public backing since the Light Blues' loss to Hearts, but Jon Daly says that the players are to blame for the team's current slump.
Rangers are now nine points behind Hearts in the Scottish Championship, but Daly insists that McCoist should not be getting criticism.
"The players have to take responsibility, once we cross that white line there is nothing the manager can do. It's up to us to get results and we need to look closer to home," the experienced striker said to the Belfast Telegraph.