It’s been silly season North of the Border ever since Celtic manager Ronny Deila announced he would be leaving his role as manager at the end of the season.
There have been countless names linked to the soon-to-be-vacant post at Parkhead as our Glaswegian punters do their best to get to grips with all of them.
However, there has been no real movement on that front until now. According to the Herald Scotland, the Bhoys have contacted former midfielder Roy Keane about returning to the club as its manager.
Currently assistant boss with the Republic of Ireland ahead of their Euro 2016 campaign, the former Manchester United legend played for the Scottish giants towards the latter end of his career.
He is believed to have rejected the post two years ago, though had been working with Paul Lambert at Aston Villa at the time.
Keane has had a rocky managerial career as the main man in charge, reigning over disappointing spells at Sunderland and Ipswich.
Lambert is another former Hoops star linked with the role, having announced he will be leaving Blackburn Rovers at the end of the season.
Is Keane the right man to lead Celtic forward?
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