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Guidetti denies Feyenoord talks
Celtic striker John Guidetti has denied holding talks with Feyenoord, according to a report in the Scotsman.
Guidetti's future is up in the air this summer, with parent club Manchester City thought to be keen to cash-in, and it remains to be seen where he will end up.
A Feyenoord representative was reportedly in Scotland this week, but Guidetti insists that no talks were held.
Dundee United boost
Dundee United have been boosted ahead of their clash with Celtic by the news that Callum Morris has returned to fitness.
United take on Celtic this weekend and Morris, who has been out since February through injury, is said to be on course to return.
"We’re hoping to have Callum involved," Dundee United assistant manager Simon Donnelly said to the Evening Times.
“He’s had an injection in his thigh and is reacting well, so we’re hoping he’ll be OK.”
Lawwell on Deila
Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell has backed Ronny Deila to be a success at Parkhead and prove their decision to hire him to be correct.
Deila has won the Bhoys support over after a tough start to life with the Scottish champions and Lawwell thinks he will continue to improve.
"Our judgment was to take the risk at the time," he said when speaking to the Daily Record. “He is a highly intelligent guy, he is a progressive coach which is exactly what we need and through time it will prove we were right."