Ronny Deila stressed his desire to keep Fraser Forster at Celtic following the 4-0 victory over KR Reykjavik.
Executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward insists Manchester United are ready and willing to break the British transfer record.
Queens Park Rangers midfielder Alejandro Faurlin admits he would be happy to sign a new deal at the club, but is confident he would find another club if he left Loftus Road.
Faurlin is in the final year of his contract at Rangers and as yet there have been no talks over an extension.
The Argentine spent the second half of last season on loan at Palermo, but he has won his place in Harry Redknapp's plans this season.
Faurlin concedes QPR will decide whether or not he remains at Loftus Road, admitting he is happy to stay in England should he fail to be offered a new deal.
"This is my last year, but it's not my decision," Faurlin told the Fulham Chronicle.
"I try to do my best and I look forward to staying in England, and I can say I have played 120 games here. People know you if you play long enough in England.
"At 27 you want to be relaxed, with a contract, and not in the last year. But if I play my part, it will not be a problem finding a club. If you are not playing you try to go somewhere else - that is normal."
Faurlin added: "If they ask me to sign I will sign without a doubt
"I am not the sort of player to wait and see what happens, because you never know what will happen.
"I don't like to gamble. I like where I am, working hard and showing the manager that I want to be part of things."