Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers are bringing in a number of players from abroad, while Celtic are taking a less risky approach.
According to the Daily Record, Glasgow Rangers will have to fork out almost £4 million to sign Eduardo Herrera and Carlos Pena this summer.
Rangers are taking a risk on snapping up some unproven players, as Pedro Caixinha plots big changes at Ibrox.
Herrera and Pena have never played in British football before, and at £4 million it looks like Rangers are taking a gamble.
Of course, if Pena and Herrera show their top form in Scotland - then it could be a risk that pays off.
But, at the moment, Rangers’ business is only serving to make Celtic’s proposed transfer of Patrick Roberts look even more of a bargain.
According to a report in The Sun, Celtic are closing in on securing Roberts from Manchester City for just £5 million.
And, while Rangers’ planned moves are major risks, Roberts’ arrival in Celtic would be almost guaranteed to be a success.
Roberts has already been with Celtic for the last 18 months on a loan spell, and he has torn apart defences across the division.
At 20, Roberts still has room to improve, and he will surely be one of the most talented players north of the border.
For just £5 million, Roberts’ transfer looks like a bargain for Celtic, and they are taking a far less risky transfer strategy than their Glasgow rivals.