Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos is facing a sweat to see if he is cited by SFA compliance officer Clare Whyte after he escaped sanction for three flashpoints during Saturday’s game at Ibrox. Morelos will have to wait until Thursday before a decision is made about whether he faces a ban.

Television pictures showed the Rangers striker aiming a kick between the legs of Celtic captain Scott Brown which was not penalised at the time by referee John Beaton, while there were another two instances in which Morelos was involved in during the game that went unsanctioned.

At one stage he seemed to rake his studs down the back of a grounded Anthony Ralston while he was also caught taking aim at Ryan Christie.

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Morelos took to social media to post a photograph of himself with Ralston in some discomfort behind him but he could find himself facing retrospective action from Whyte if the compliance officer decides there is a case to answer.

Meanwhile, Celtic’s quest for reinforcements has is set to intensify as the January transfer window opens.

The first addition of the year looks set to be Timothy Weah with the teenager set to formalise his six-month loan deal to Glasgow in the coming days. The PSG forward, son of Ballon d’Or winner George, has already viewed Lennoxtown with Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers confirming that he liked what he saw.

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Weah is not expected to be the only addition to Rodgers’ squad. With Leigh Griffiths out of action indefinitely and Odsonne Edouard struggling for fitness, there could yet be another forward added to the list.

The Parkhead side have been linked with a move for Ivory Coast internationalist Vakoun Issouf Bayo. The 21-year-old, who has netted 14 goals in 25 appearances this term, is currently playing with Slovakian side Dunajska Streda but is available for around £1.75m, while Southampton teenager Jonathan Afolabi has also been linked with the club.

Calvin Miller has had his loan spell with Dundee cut short with the fullback headed back to Celtic. With Kieran Tierney and Mikael Lustig both injured, Miller has been recalled to the squad and will head out to Dubai next weekend with the rest of the Parkhead squad.

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Rodgers’ squad will be given this week off to recuperate from the opening months of the campaign but will hook up on Saturday as they jet out.

And Rodgers has reiterated that he is keen to emerge from the transfer window with his squad considerably strengthened.

Next Saturday we will meet up again,” said Rodgers. “We have a lot of work to do in terms of our game, we have some work to do in the transfer market, that we want to get players in.

“It is clear where we need it in terms of the squad then we will come back ready into our next game and be ready to fight.”