Old Firm rivals Glasgow Rangers and Celtic are set to do battle this summer in the transfer market, with both Scottish sides interested in signing Sunderland’s Danny Graham according to The Sun.
The rivalry between the sides is set to be intensified in 2016-17, with Mark Warburton’s men gaining promotion back to the top tier of the Scottish game.
Rangers recently beat Celtic in a cup meeting between the sides and there is every chance that the Ibrox outfit will push the Bhoys for the title next term.
Graham has spent the last number of months on loan from Sunderland to Championship side Blackburn Rovers, scoring six league goals in 17 starts for the Ewood Park outfit.
The Gateshead-born striker was prolific for Swansea in their debut campaign in the Premier League but has struggled for time on the pitch since moving to Wearside and is being tipped to leave the Stadium of Light this summer.