Ange Postecoglou wants to bring up to three more players to Celtic before the window shuts, according to The Daily Record.
The Lowdown: Celtic’s summer business
Celtic have already been extremely busy when it comes to incomings and outgoings in recent months.
The Hoops have spent over £17m on eight additions, with Kyogo Furuhashi’s £4.86m deal the most expensive and Josip Juranovic’s £2.7m move the latest.
Celtic have brought in just shy of £17m in departures, with Kristoffer Ajer’s move to Brentford the most high-profile Parkhead exit.
It seems as if the club may not be done just yet, though, according to two reliable reporters.
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The Latest: Not done yet?
Michael Gannon and Scott Burns posted a story on The Daily Record on Sunday evening, mainly on Ryan Christie’s future.
Within their report, they suggested that Postecoglou is looking to bring in a central defender, ideally on loan, a versatile midfielder and a forward, should Odsonne Edouard leave.
That could be three more additions Dominic McKay would need to get done in the space of seven days, potentially taking the Hoops’ summer tally to 11 first-team signings.
The Verdict: Time is ticking
McKay has seven days remaining of his first window as CEO. If he is to grant Postecoglou’s wish with three more signings and a potential Edouard exit, you’d expect it could go down to the wire.
Both McKay and Postecoglou’s first summer in Glasgow has been positive with multiple summer signings impressing in recent weeks and a spot in the Europa League group stages in touching distance, and if he can produce a brilliant final week in the window, it could set the club up for an extremely positive season.
After the early stages of the summer showed the Hoops plunging towards a chaotic campaign, 11 new arrivals with a minimal net spend and a place in European football to boot would be some turnaround from McKay and co.
In other news: Fabrizio Romano is talking Celtic transfers again, find out what it’s about here.
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