We bring you the latest news from Celtic and Rangers.
Deila on Guidetti progress
Celtic manager Ronny Deila says that the club are making progress in their pursuit of John Guidetti.
The Manchester City loanee has made a huge impression during a temporary spell at Parkhead so far and it seems that a permanent switch could happen in the January transfer window.
"The negotiations are going on," he told the Manchester Evening News. "There is progress all the time.
"You know players like Guidetti will be better (in the future). They are young. That's the kind of players we want to get in."
Tonev to Bremen
On-loan winger Aleksander Tonev could leave for Werder Bremen in the new-year, according to the player's agent.
Tonev's chances at Parkhead since arriving on loan from Aston Villa have been limited and it seems that his troubled time in Britain could be coming to an end.
“Werder have again shown interest in him, but at this stage we don’t yet know whether the transfer will go through," Nikolay Zheynov, Tonev's agent, said to the Scotsman.
McDowall wants to get Rangers back to their best
New Rangers boss Kenny McDowall is determined to get the club back to wining ways during his time in charge.
McDowall has been named as manager at Ibrox until the end of the season and he wants to give them the best chance of winning the league as possible.
“It’s my duty at the moment to take the team and try to return them to winning ways," he told the Daily Record. "When you are in football you do what you have to."