Celtic are expected to announce a shake-up to their academy coaching staff this week, according to a report.

Lanarkshire Live states that a new manager for the Under-18s side will be announced, as well as a new role for recently retired former player Jonny Hayes.

On the latter, having just left Aberdeen, it's said the 36-year-old will join Celtic B as their assistant manager.

He will be appointed as Darren O'Dea's understudy in the role at the B team of the Scottish Premiership champions.

And former Motherwell and Dundee United coach Adam Asghar is set to be unveiled as the new head coach of the U18s.

He will replace Stuart McLaren who left the position earlier this year.

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Meanwhile, Nicolas Kuhn couldn't resist a pop at Rangers following his side's league and cup double triumph last month.

Kuhn admitted he's relished his time at Celtic so far, with the highlights being his games against Rangers.

And he couldn't resist getting a dig in at Philippe Clement's side's now infamous celebrations after the 3-3 draw.

He recalled: "In my first derby against Rangers, I was in the starting eleven. We played away at Ibrox. In the first ten minutes of a game like that, you can hardly breathe. But we quickly took a 2-0 lead. The atmosphere at that moment was indescribable. You had to be there to understand it.

"It ended 3-3 and afterwards they celebrated as if they were already champions.

"But after that we dominated the league, played great games and got all the points we could. And then there was the derby at Celtic Park.

"Suddenly you're playing with 60,000 fans behind you and not 50,000 against you. We scored two goals, Rangers got a red card and we brought the result over the finish line. That was the big step towards the title."