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Tuesday Round-Up: Everybody's Leaving Apparently

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Rangers v Celtic - Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership
Pictured: Some players who will not be leaving Celtic
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THE BIG STORY: In news that will shock no one, there are reports in the press that some players at Celtic could be the subject of transfer bids. Firstly, the Daily Record are running with Brighton being interested in Stuart Armstrong.

And the Daily Mail have reported that Jozo Simunovic is being tracked by clubs in *deep breath* Spain, Germany, Italy and England. There will no doubt be many stories like this between now and August but interestingly there is a slight chance that both of these could leave, as Armstrong is yet to sign a new contract and Simunovic was strongly linked with Torino. Here's hoping that both men are at Celtic for a while yet.

SITE NEWS: Yesterday we wrote about how enjoyable Brendan Rodgers is finding life at Celtic, read it here. Also, we have a fancy new logo for the site, and there will be a complete redesign eventually.

OTHER NEWS: Thankfully Scott Sinclair isn't interested in leaving Celtic anytime soon, as he feels 'at home' here.

In the latest instalment of 'Laugh at Rangers', Scott Brown has claimed that if he had been suspended on Saturday we'd have won anyway.

ON THIS DAY: In 2009, Celtic defeated Aberdeen 3-1 at Pittodrie to stay one point clear at the top of the league. After Chris Maguire gave Aberdeen the lead a deflected Gary Caldwell header brought Celtic level just before half-time. Two goals in the last twenty minutes from Scott McDonald won Celtic the vital three points.