New Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou will spend his 10-day quarantine assessing transfer targets for the Hoops, according to The Scottish Sun.
The Lowdown: Postecoglou announced
Postecoglou left Yokohama F. Marinos to sign a 12-month rolling contract with Celtic, with the club sharing the news on Thursday morning.
The Australian’s final game in charge of the Japanese side came on Wednesday, losing to fourth-tier side Honda FC in the domestic cup.
How long will Postecoglou be in charge of Celtic?
Less than a season
More than 4 years
The Latest: Postecoglou’s quarantine plans
The Scottish Sun shared a story on the 55-year-old on Thursday evening.
They claimed Postecoglou will ‘spend much of his quarantine assessing potential transfer targets’ – an exciting nine-word claim on the new man in charge in Glasgow.
The Verdict: Spine key for Postecoglou
With the new Celtic boss looking at possible additions, plenty of areas to strengthen may well come to light.
If Edouard departs, you’d also expect a new prolific centre-forward would be required.
The void left by Scott Brown in the middle of midfield may also need to be filled, so the spine of the side is going to need some serious work if the Hoops are to seriously challenge rivals Rangers next season.
Flair players on the flanks are a luxury any manager would love to have, but the new Hoops boss must immediately focus his attention on building a proper core through the middle of the his XI.
In other news: Olivier Ntcham edges closer to Celtic exit, find out more here.
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