Celtic boss Ronny Deila hopes Jason Denayer will return next season but is keeping an eye on Hearts' Danny Wilson.
Hearts will carry a national charity name on their shirts in a three-year deal - the first of its kind in British football.
Livingston have been fined £5,000 and given a registration ban for breaking Scottish FA rules over dual interests.
Celtic manager Ronny Deila says he will try to persuade Manchester City to extend Jason Denayer's loan spell for next season, while admitting Hearts captain Danny Wilson was a possible target.
Hearts will become the first club in the UK to carry the name of a charity on their strips after announcing a three-year partnership with Save the Children .
Former Rangers winger Neil McCann says his old club are in the driving seat in the race for second place in the Scottish Championship and praised Stuart McCall for instilling confidence and a more tactical approach to the Ibrox side’s play.
Livingston are fined and banned from signing players for breaking Scottish FA dual interest regulations.
HEARTS have announced an innovative new partnership with the Save the Children charity.