TRIBUTES have flooded in for the late Wim Jansen. 

The former Celtic manager has sadly died aged 75, after a battle with dementia. 

Jansen famously guided Celtic to the title in his only season in charge in 1998.

This league win also signalled the end of Rangers' dominance in Scotland, with their 10-in-a-row dream ended by the Dutchman.

Feyenoord confirmed the sad news of his passing this lunchtime. 

And Rangers, among various former Celtic players have passed on their condolences. 

A statement from the Ibrox club reads: "Rangers Football Club are today saddened to hear of the passing of former Celtic manager, Wim Jansen.

"Everyone at Rangers sends their condolences to the family and friends of Wim Jansen."

Chris Sutton tweeted: "Really sad news about Wim Jansen passing away. Thoughts and prayers go out to the Jansen family. Wim will always be a Celtic legend."

John Hartson added: "Sad news hearing Wim Jansen has passed away.. won the league cup at Celtic stopped ten in a row and brought the Brilliant Henrik Larsson to the club. Thoughts are with the Jansen family."

And Simon Donnelly commented: "Sad sad news , Wim Jansen."