Deila responds when asked about two managers announcing Celtic interest, including Moyes

Ronny Deila is trying to ignore speculation surrounding his future.

Ronny Deila has told Celtic's official Twitter account that he isn't frustrated despite heightened speculation over his future at the club.

The Norwegian arrived from Stromsgodset in 2014 following the departure of Neil Lennon, and enjoyed a solid first season in Glasgow, winning the Scottish Premiership and the Scottish League Cup, though success in Europe evaded him.

This term, Deila has failed to take Celtic to the Champions League group stage, failed to get out of the Europa League group stage, and lost in the Scottish League Cup semi-final against Ross County.

Success in the Premiership and Scottish Cup is still a possibility for Deila, but some fans have turned against him, and have looked towards who could replace him this summer.

In fact, David Moyes this week told PLZ Soccer that he would be keen on a move back to his former club as their new manager, whilst another former Bhoys defender, Malky Mackay, also told BBC Sport that Celtic would be the dream job for him.

All of this has been deemed as incredibly disrespectful to Deila considering that he is still in the job, and now the Celtic boss has tackled the rumours.

As quoted on Celtic's official Twitter account, Deila says he isn't frustrated about the speculation, and is purely focusing on the Bhoys' exciting games ahead, with the title race hotting up and a Scottish Cup semi-final against Rangers on the horizon.






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