Celtic loan Cardiff forward Berget and sell Watt

The Norway international attacker only joined Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Bluebirds in January but will spend the first five months of the season with the Scottish champions
Celtic have loaned Cardiff City forward Jo-Inge Berget until January, while allowing Tony Watt to leave Parkhead permanently for Standard Liege.

Berget has signed a deal with the Scottish champions until January, with Ronny Deila's side retaining an option to buy him in the New Year.

The Norway international was brought to Cardiff in January 2014 by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who had managed him at Molde, and will link up with another countryman in the shape of Deila, his former boss at Stromsgodset during a loan spell.

Berget is eligible to make his Celtic bow in Wednesday's Champions League third qualifying round first-leg match  against Legia Warsaw and told the club's official website: "I am delighted to join Celtic and I'm looking to make the very best of this great opportunity.

"I know what a magnificent club Celtic is and what the club means to the supporters - it is a real privilege to be here.

"I also know the manager very well and I am delighted to be teaming up with him again and, of course, the great squad of players at the club."

Heading through the exit door at Parkhead is Watt, who has signed a five-year deal with Belgian Pro League runners-up Standard.

Watt's finest hour with the Glasgow club came in November 2012 as his strike secured a memorable 2-1 Champions League group-stage triumph over Barcelona.

However, the 20-year-old failed to live up to that moment thereafter and spent last season on loan with Standard's domestic rivals, Lierse, scoring nine goals in 18 outings.