Celtic midfielder Evander Sno has rejected a move to Osasuna.

The Daily Record says with a fee and personal terms agreed, Osasuna expected the young Dutchman to move to Spain over the weekend.

However, Sno had a dramatic late change of heart and has told Celtic boss Gordon Strachan he wants to stay and fight for his place.

The Holland Under-21 international, who will join up with the Dutch Olympic squad in Beijing next month, is a long way down the pecking order at Celtic and his departure would have freed up funds for new players.

But his decision to knock back a switch to Spain has further reduced manager Strachan's options as he bids to bolster his squad before the start of the new season.