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Lawwell must sign Fry and Pavkov

Lawwell must sign Fry and Pavkov -Celtic

Celtic will be desperate to produce an even bigger lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership table to really hammer home their advantage in the current campaign.

The Hoops remain the firm favourites to secure a number of pieces of silverware domestically this season, but their European campaign has a completely different outlook.

However, with the January transfer window right around the corner, Peter Lawwell and Brendan Rodgers will already have a number of players in mind to boost their push for silverware.

All of the pressure is on Lawwell as he could come under fire if he doesn’t get things spot on.

With that in mind, Lawwell would be digging himself into a Celtic grave by not signing these TWO players…


Celtic will be in the market for a central defender over the summer with Filip Benkovic set to return to Leicester at the end of the season, as well as the continuing concerns over Dedryck Boyata’s long-term future in Scotland.

There’s no doubt that the Englishman has a bright future ahead of him having showcased his talents at English Championship side Middlesbrough this season, with a move to a better club helping him challenge himself.

The Hoops have looked vulnerable in defence this season, so they could definitely do with bringing the promising defender to Celtic Park to iron over any underlying issues.


The 24-year-old has made a strong start for Crvena Zvezda in the 2018/19 campaign. He currently has seven goals and one assist to his name in seven appearances this season, including a brilliant double against English Premier League side Liverpool in the Champions League.

So, with the Hoops currently relying on Odsonne Edouard at the pinnacle of the attack, they’ll need to bring in someone like Milan Pavkov to really help them assert their authority in all competitions.

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