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Celtic & Rangers latest: Scepovic loving life at Parkhead

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Scepovic enjoying life

Stefan Scepovic's start to life at Celtic may not have gone to plan on the pitch so far, but he is still enjoying his time with the Scottish champions.

Scepovic set Celtic back £2.3 million this summer and he has struggled to live up to this price tag so far - scoring just four times. 

However, the Serbian international insists that he is happy to be at Parkhead. 

“So far I am feeling good at Celtic," he told the Daily Record. "When I came at first I needed some time to adapt to the football and the training we do."

Celtic interested in Armstrong

Celtic are to test Dundee United's resolve to keep their star man Stuart Armstrong, according to a report in the Daily Record.

The Bhoys have reportedly been impressed by Armstrong's form this season and feel he could add a lot to their first team.

They are, however, wary that they cannot compete with English clubs in the market and feel that the current asking price for the midfielder, of £4 million, is too high. 

Cathro lined up

28-year-old Ian Cathro could become the next Rangers manager, according to a report in the Sun.

At the moment Cathro is an assistant coach at Valencia, but the Light Blues have spotted his talent and are hoping to offer him the chance to lead the side. 

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