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Celtic defender Joos Valgaeren concedes he could be leaving the club when his contract expires at the end of the season.
Valgaeren joined The Bhoys in a near-£4 million deal from Roda JC Kerkrade in 2000, but his Parkhead career could be coming to an end.
Shaun Maloney admits his eight-month spell on the sidelines has been hell, as he prepares to get back into the action.
The Celtic youngster suffered cruciate ligament damage back in March and says that his spell on the sidelines has been very hard to handle.
"I am still as frustrated as ever with the lengthy injury period that I have suffered even though I am now at the final hurdle in my rehabilitation," said Maloney.
Shaun Maloney has been forced to delay his return to action for Celtic.
The young striker was due to make his long-awaited return in a reserve team outing on November 23 against Aberdeen after nine months on the sidelines.
Celtic boss Martin O'Neill has admitted he will be unhappy if he is not able to make any new signings in the New Year.
O'Neill is keen to bolster his squad having only brought in Henri Camara on loan and Juninho last summer.
The former Leicester chief has now set his sights on bringing in least one new player when the transfer window reopens in January.
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Juninho is a great little player and it might take him time to settle in but with a team like Celtic he needs to hurry up as they will want to get into Europe again.
Celtic boss Martin O'Neill admits he would be reticent about allowing Tommy Burns to take on the Scotland job permanently.
Burns is currently in temporary charge of the Scotland national team following the recent departure of Berti Vogts.
He was not initially expected to be among the contenders to succeed the German but he now seems to be a prime candidate.
Former Ibrox boss Graeme Souness has made no secret of his desire to add at least one central defender to his squad and is also maintaining the club's interest in Celtic's Bobo Balde after the Magpies saw a bid turned down in the wake of Jonathan Woodgate's departure for Real Madrid.
Rangers closed the gap at the top of table to one point after a 2-0 win over nine-man Celtic in a stormy Old Firm encounter at Ibrox.
First half goals from Nacho Novo and Dado Prso were enough to give Alex McLeish's men their second Old Firm victory in a fortnight with Alan Thompson and Chris Sutton seeing red for Celtic
Celtic are set to lodge an appeal against Alan Thompson's sending off against Rangers.
Thompson was sent off in the first half of his side's 2-0 defeat at Ibrox after clashing with Peter Lovenkrands.
The England international appeared to clash heads with Lovenkrands although it looked as if there was very little contact between the pair and the Dane made a meal of it.
Barcelona progressed to the knock-out phase of the UEFA Champions League, despite held by Celtic 1-1 at Camp Nou.
Samuel Eto'o stroked the Spanish giants in front after 25 minutes, but John Hartson's leveller before the break secured a point for The Bhoys.
Milan are in prime position to finish top of the Group after beating Shakhtar Donetsk, while Celtic are third in Group F and leading the race for the Uefa Cup spot.
Barcelona coach Frank Rijkaard has hit out at Celtic's style of football after they earned a 1-1 draw at Camp Nou.
Celtic became the first side this season to come away from Camp Nou unbeaten and keep alive their hopes of qualifying for the Uefa Cup.
Rangers missed the chance to move back to the top of the SPL table after they were held 1-1 by Inverness Caledonian Thistle at Pittodrie.
The home side went ahead early on through Graham Bayne, but Rangers struck back early in the second period when Dado Prso stuck.
Champions Celtic moved back to the top of the SPL with a 2-0 win over Dunfermline at East End Park.
The Bhoys bounced back from midweek European misery, to record the win which takes them back above Rangers.
Dunfermline lacked the quality to really trouble Celtic and they were in front after just 16 minutes when Chris Sutton put them ahead as he glanced home an Alan Thompson corner.