Ramon Vega’s representatives have contacted Celtic over a possible return to Parkhead, according to The Scottish Sun.
The Lowdown: McKay’s exit
Dominic McKay left his role as CEO earlier this month after just 72 days in the role.
Michael Nicholson is in temporary charge, however, Vega was tipped as one of five candidates to replace McKay, and it seems as if the former Hoops defender has taken the first steps over a possible return.
The Latest: Contact made
The Scottish Sun shared a story late on Friday evening regarding Vega.
They claimed that the 50-year-old’s representatives have been in touch about the vacancy at Celtic Park following McKay’s exit.
Vega wants to become the club’s new chief executive and has thrown his hat in the ring.
The Verdict: A shrewd move?
With Vega reportedly keen on making a Celtic return, it could make sense for Parkhead chiefs to explore his credentials to potentially replace McKay in the long run.
Since retiring as a player, Vega has been in business and has also worked as an adviser to a number of clubs.
He’s set up his own management company and even attempted to land a senior role within FIFA two years ago, so talking to the ex-defender could be a smart move.
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