Former Celtic striker and current pundit Tony Cascarino has told Sky Sports that he thinks the Bhoys will wait until the summer before replacing Ronny Deila.
Celtic currently sit top of the Scottish Premiership table, but their lead has been cut to just three points, as second placed Aberdeen beat the Bhoys 2-1 on Wednesday night, capping off a torrid week for Deila.
The Norwegian saw Celtic crash out of the Scottish League Cup on Sunday with a 3-1 defeat to Ross County, and those two defeats in a matter of days have heaped the pressure on him.
Factor in that his side also bowed out of the Champions League and Europa League in the early stages this season, and it's clear why fans are frustrated with the current situation at Celtic Park.
Supporters are calling for Deila to be sacked immediately and make sure that they manage to still win the title, but he was still in charge today as he addressed the press in the afternoon.
Now though, former Celtic striker and current pundit Tony Cascarino has told Sky Sports that it's clear there are problems running deep in Glasgow - but thinks the Bhoys will still win the title this season.
Cascarino also made a firm prediction about Deila's future, suggesting that Celtic will wait until the end of the season to replace Deila, suggesting it's the manner of their defeats which is the most disappointing thing.
"They will win the title but the problem is deeper," said Cascarino. "If you go back to the Champions League qualification and Europa League, they were a huge disappointment for the club. Obviously losing to Ross County and Aberdeen was bad but it was the manner of the defeats. I watched a bit of it last night and it didn't feel like Celtic, so Ronny Deila is under serious pressure... but they will win the league."
"He is under pressure and I don't think that pressure will go away. I think they will make a change in the summer," he added.
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