We bring you the latest news from Celtic and Rangers.
Deila not intimidated
Celtic manager Ronny Deila insists that he will be going to the San Siro to win when his side take on Inter Milan.
The Bhoys take on the Italian giants in the Europa League knockout stages next year and Deila is not fazed by the stature of their opponents.
"That's going to be huge, but I'm going there to win - that's the most important thing," he said to the Scottish Evening Times. "I'm not going to sit in the stands.
"You go into the game to win and go through. That's what it's all about it. Inter are not what they were four years ago."
Jackson relishes Celtic challenge
Dundee United coach Darren Jackson believes that his side will relish the prospect of taking on Celtic at the weekend.
Dundee United have already lost 6-1 to the Bhoys this season, but their upcoming match is still one which excites the Tangerines' coach.
"I think it’s a great game for us," he said to the Courier.
“There is going to be another full house at Tannadice and our home form had been good up until Saturday."
Davies is Rangers' first choice
Billy Davies has reportedly been identified as Rangers' first-choice manager should they reach a settlement agreement with Ally McCoist.
McCoist could leave Ibrox after handing his resignation in last week and the Light Blues are keen to replace him with Davies, according to a report in the Daily Record.