Celtic will play Astana of Kazakhstan or Zalgiris Vilnius of Lithuania in the Champions League third qualifying round, subject to them beating Lincoln Red Imps of Gibraltar in the second qualifying round.
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Celtic have announced manager Ronny Deila has decided to leave the club at the end of the season.
The announcement comes days after the club's Scottish Cup semi-final defeat to arch-rivals Rangers.
It is vital that the Club comes first and instead of me being the focus, hopefully now the team and the Club can be the focus as we enter this final important period of the season.
It was an absolute privilege to be named manager of Celtic, such a wonderful football club, and I have enjoyed my time here immensely. I will never forget the welcome I received almost two years ago at Celtic Park from so many fans. When I joined Celtic I knew I was coming to one of the world's great football clubs.
There have been some great times and I am delighted that we have brought some trophies to the Club.
I would like to thank everyone who has supported me so well at the Club. The fans have been magnificent during the past two years. Our fans are the heartbeat of the Club, they have always given myself and the team such amazing support and always created such a great atmosphere. We have always given our best for them and I will always be a Celtic supporter too.
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Storm Desmond has hit the weekend sporting fixtures with the Scottish football card badly affected.
Three Premiership games were called off early on Saturday morning: the games at Celtic Park (Celtic v Hamilton), Tynecastle (Hearts v Inverness CT) and Firhill (Partick Thistle v Motherwell) all falling victim to the elements.
The Championship clash between Raith and Rangers also fell foul of the stormy weather, but only after a second inspection.
St Mirren's Championship game with Queen of the South was also postponed because of a waterlogged pitch, as well as the League One game between Albion Rovers and Stranraer.
Southampton have bolstered their defensive ranks by signing Dutch centre-back from Celtic.
The Netherlands international has penned a five-year deal with the Premier League side.
I'm delighted. It was a very easy decision to join this club. This is a very ambitious club, who have been doing very well in the last couple of years. It's a great place to be and it's the right step for me. For me now to get the opportunity to play in the Premier League is unbelievable and I will enjoy it. I know it's an ambitious club - they have been through a lot throughout the years. They are trying to play football and that's something that really attracted me.
Celtic defender Virgil van Dijk does not know if he will be staying with the Scottish champions this season.
The Dutch defender was in the team which lost to Malmo in the Champions League on Tuesday, increasing the likelihood that he will leave the club in the coming days.
When asked if he was on his way out of Glasgow following the 4-3 aggregate defeat, the 24-year-old said: "It's a terrible way if it ends like this but I don't know what's going to happen.
"I'm not looking for anything. It's a great place to be and they gave me an opportunity to show myself, so I'm very thankful for that.
"But if the right opportunity comes and it's the right opportunity for me then I'll consider it. But I think that's what any player would do."
When quizzed about Southampton's interest, Van Dijk said: "I can't say anything. I think you need to ask the board. I don't know what will happen in the coming days."
Celtic's Norwegian manager Ronny Deila accused his team of lacking professionalism after two of them argued over who should take a crucial penalty in the Champions League second qualifying round tie against Stjarnan of Iceland.
The former European champions won 2-0 but Leigh Griffiths missed the late spot-kick that would have ensured a much more comfortable margin for the second leg in Reykjavik after Stefan Johansen and Griffiths argued over who should take it.
"It is Leigh Griffiths who takes the penalties, it should be very clear," Deila told reporters. "There is nothing professional about it. We shouldn't fight about who takes a penalty.
"Of course it impacts on the taker, it gives extra pressure to him. The longer you have to wait, the more chance you have to miss it.
"3-0 is a totally different result to 2-0, so it's disappointing."