We bring you the latest news from Celtic and Rangers.
Deila on the positives
Celtic may have lost 4-3 to Dinamo Zagreb in last night's Europa League tie, but manager Ronny Deila was still keen to point out some positives from their display.
The Bhoys boss was not happy with his side's defensive showing in Croatia, but he was pleased with their attacking threat and felt that the three substitutions he made had the desired impact.
"We scored three goals, that was a positive and I think the substitutes (Darnell Fisher, Liam Henderson and Anthony Stokes) were positive when they came on," he is quoted as saying by BT Sport.
Kayal to leave
Biram Kayal will leave Celtic on a free transfer in the summer, according to a report in the Scottish Herald.
Kayal has found his first-team opportunities limited under Ronny Deila's stewardship and wants to keep his options open about who to join by making himself available on a free transfer.
Ally McCoist insists that he will not play too many of Rangers' prized prospects, despite the club's poor form.
Many of the Light Blues' supporters have called for the club to trust their youth products because of the senior side's struggles, but McCoist wants to take a more cautious approach with bringing them into the first team.
"You have to get a balance," he told the Daily Record. "You've got to win the games but if you can balance it with younger ones and more experienced ones then that's the ideal situation.”