Celtic receive significant boost in attempt to re-sign fan favorite, Parkhead bosses consider deal for £ 1million defender Scottish government to help high-profile squad – Scottish Premiership Rumor Mill

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Celtic receive significant boost in attempt to re-sign fan favorite, Parkhead bosses consider deal for £ 1million defender Scottish government to help high-profile squad – Scottish Premiership Rumor Mill


Celtic are looking to bring Fraser Forster back for another stint with the club. Image: SNS

Celtic have received a significant boost in their hopes of bringing Fraser Forster back to the club after the goalkeeper rejected an extension to his Southampton contract which is due to expire next summer. Celtic are also reportedly interested in signing £ 1million-valued Lausanne-Sport defender Moritz Lenz. (Scottish sun)

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Celtic to probe EPL clubs over center-back loan deal
Celtic have contacted Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur to have another center-back on loan with Parkhead’s side interested in Ko Itakura and Cameron Carter-Vickers, respectively. City have set a hefty price tag to take the Japanese defender to Scotland for the season. (Daily check-in)
A Celtic look for the Ligue 1 striker
Celtic are one of four clubs interested in signing Senegalese striker Rennes M’Baye Niang, according to reports in Italy. Serie A side Venezia are said to lead the chase as they vie with men of Ange Postecoglou, Fenerbahce and Shanghai Shenhua for his signing. (Daily check-in)
Hibs will explore the possibility of appealing Joe Newell’s red card after the Easter Road side endured a frustrating night despite a 3-0 first leg lead in their Conference League qualifier against Santa Coloma . (The Scotsman)
Stephen Glass hailed his team’s triumphant start to their competitive season after Aberdeen beat BK Hacken at Pittodrie in a 5-1 game. However, Glass said he didn’t get a head start before what should prove an emotional return to Gothenburg. (The Scotsman)
Scottish government to help St Johnstone
The Scottish government will work alongside the football authorities in a bid to find an ‘appropriate solution’ to the potential St Johnstone crisis at the Europa League site against Galatasaray. The Perth club are set to face Galatasaray in the next round and if so both legs are expected to be on neutral ground as Turkey is on the Covid-19 redlist for overseas travel. (The Scotsman)
Hearts hope for the young
Hearts wants teenage Cammy Logan to challenge Michael Smith for the right-back position throughout this season. The Riccarton academy graduate is expected to push for playing time in the first team once he recovers from a back injury. (Evening newspaper)

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