Outgoing Celtic manager Ronny Deila has been linked with a move to Danish club Brondby.
TV3 Sport in Denmark believe the Norwegian is favourite to replace interim manager Aurelijus Skarbalius who only recently replaced Thomas Franck in the job in March.
Per Friman, a former Danish international and now TV pundit has tipped Deila to take over from Skarbalius in the summer after the Celtic manager leaves the Scottish club.
Friman’s prediction was instantly backed by current Celtic defender, and Danish international Erik Sviatchenko, who told the Daily Mail:
“I could see Ronny being a success at Brondby. It’s a big club, not compared to Celtic but it is the biggest in Denmark, fan-wise as well. If that was reality, I think they’d be a good match. I think there will be interest in the manager. To come to a club this size and perform, it’s not just for free that you get victories and trophies.”
Brondby currently sit 5th in the Danish Superliga with 42 points from 27 points, and are 14 points behind league leaders FC Copenhagen.
Although they are the most supported club in Denmark, Brondby have not won the the league title since 2005, and in their last match on Sunday they lost 3-0 to AaB Aalborg.
Deila will depart Celtic in June after winning two Scottish Premiership titles and one Scottish League Cup.