BBC pundit believes Odsonne Edouard could be sold for a knockdown price

BBC pundit Michael Stewart believes Celtic could accept a package of around £20m for Odsonne Edouard this summer. The Frenchman has enjoyed a superb season with the Hoops and he bagged 27 goals and 19 assists across all competitions before the campaign was paused because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Celtic show interest in Brighton forward

As per the recent reports, Celtic has been showing interest on the Brighton and Hove Albion striker Florin Andone. He could be a player who will be worth his money and will fit right into the team. There may be doubts regarding his place in the team, as Odsonne Edward has not left. But it seems like Andone will be fitting right by his side of the team.

Charlie Nicholas does not fancy Arsenal signing Odsonne Edouard

Arsenal legend Charlie Nicholas believes Odsonne Edouard could struggle to adapt to the style of play in the Premier League and may not suit the Gunners. The north London side are currently assessing the future of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang whose contract expires next summer and reports claim that he could head through the exit door.

Lennon insists Celtic are a ‘million miles away’ from ninth consecutive title

Celtic manager Neil Lennon has said that his team are a ‘million miles away’ from the Scottish top-flight title despite moving 12 points clear of Rangers at the top of the standings. The Hoops were in a contest with their cross-town rivals over the first half of the campaign but they have recently taken a sizeable lead at the top with an eight-match winning run.

Scott Sinclair should benefit from January transfer window – Paul Robinson

Former Premier League star Paul Robinson has said that Scott Sinclair should benefit from the January transfer window. The 30-year-old has found first-team chances hard to come by with just one start in all competitions and he has been widely touted to secure a fresh challenge at the turn of the year.

Lennon Promises Scott Sinclair More Game Time

Celtic boss Neil Lennon has confirmed that winger Scott Sinclair will not be sold during the upcoming January window. Sinclair has fallen out of favour at Celtic and he has not featured for the club since September. Even though he was on the bench during the recent Europa League victory over Lazio, the 30-year-old will not be satisfied with the chances he has been getting. It was not long that the former Chelsea youth team player was a key member of the first team.

Lennon Praises Impact of New Signings After Cluj Win

Celtic boss Neil Lennon has argued that the club’s summer signings need time to settle and they should be moved quickly. The Scottish champions had a very busy summer transfer window after they brought in 11 new players. As many as five players were in the starting lineup when Celtic took on CFR Cluj in the Europa League. The Scottish champions were able to register a 2-0 victory and this is a major boost to the team’s hopes of reaching the knockout stages of the competition. Crucially, the victory witnessed a number of new signings coming to the fore with some impressive performances.

Celtic defender talks up future Premier League move

Celtic defender Christopher Jullien has revealed his ambition of playing in the Premier League in the future. The 26-year-old made the move to the Hoops from Toulouse during the summer transfer window and he has since quickly settled at the heart of the club’s defence where he has partnered the likes of Kristoffer Ajer and Nir Bitton.

Celtic captain says Kieran Tierney’s move to Arsenal is a fairy-tale story

Celtic captain Scott Brown has said that Kieran Tierney’s move to Arsenal can be
regarded as a fairy-tale story. The left-sided defender has been linked with
multiple Premier League clubs over the years and he eventually made the move to
the English top-flight this summer after the Gunners paid a £25m fee to land
his signature.