Steven Gerrard’s Glasgow Rangers are 10 points behind Celtic.
Stefan Johansen spent two years at Parkhead with Celtic, before leaving Glasgow in 2016.
West Bromwich Albion lost to Derby County on Sunday and will face Aston Villa in the playoffs.
Stefan Johansen, on loan at West Bromwich Albion from Fulham, and FC Midtjylland’s Erik Sviatchenko congratulate Celtic on winning the Scottish Premiership title.
West Bromwich Albion are reportedly hoping to appoint Slavisa Jokanovic as their new manager.
West Bromwich Albion picked up a win, but Stefan Johansen's performance has caused concern.
Tottenham Hotspur, Sunderland, Celtic, Fulham, West Bromwich Albion and Aston Villa are making the headlines…
West Bromwich Albion are reportedly closing in on two signings from Premier League clubs.
Stefan Johansen could reportedly snub West Bromwich Albion and instead swap Fulham for Turkey.
Fulham midfielder Stefan Johansen is reportedly on the radar of Leeds United and Aston Villa.
Arsenal have been linked with a move for the £45 million-rated rock.
One key Tottenham Hotspur figure is leaving the club.
Leeds United goalkeeper Kiko Casilla is suspended at the moment.
If Leeds win promotion, it's a game changer.
Premier League Arsenal need new signings - could Valencia's La Liga star Ferran Torres be on his way to the Emirates?
Arsenal can afford to let Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang leave.
Premier League champions-in-waiting Liverpool might just be the perfect destination for Lille's Boubakary Soumare - more so than Barcelona or Real Madrid?
There aren't many who would walk into Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool team - but Arsenal talisman Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is one of the few.
Premier League Everton are set to see Carlo Ancelotti's squad trimmed down by the departures of four players, with Oumar Niasse heading for the exit.
Mikel Arteta's Arsenal have been tipped to bring Carlos Soler to the Premier League from La Liga giants Valencia - is the new Silva heading to the Emirates?
Fulham have propelled themselves right into promotion contention, but failure to secure their place in the Premier League next season could trigger an exodus at Craven Cottage.
A scoreline to prompt delight on the banks of the Thames and Tyne alike, perhaps, but it brought dismay in the shadow of the Pennines. “What’s going on?” came a plaintive cry from the Revell Ward Stand, bemusement greeting Fulham’s brilliance as Huddersfield, imperious at home for much of this season, found themselves 4-1 down before the break.
The Cottagers boss is being linked with a move to the London Stadium if Slaven Bilic leaves West Ham.