Bhoys boss targeting South Korean ace
Neil Lennon has admitted he is keen on signing South Korea international Kim Bo-Kyung but he faces competition from other clubs.
The Cerezo Osaka winger has been tracked by Lennon for some time now and the Bhoys boss has admitted he is a player who interests him but he has yet to make an official approach.
"He's a player we've been linked with, but there's nothing more on that just now," Lennon told the Daily Express. "I don't know him personally but I've seen him play. He's a creative type but there is nothing more in it just now."
Kim has expressed a desire to play in either the UK or Germany and would be open to a move to Celtic if the right deal was on the table.
However, at this stage there are other clubs interested and if there was a more suitable offer from either a top English Premier League or Bundesliga club then he would be more likely to go elsewhere.
Lennon's side, meanwhile, were in pre-season friendly action on Tuesday when they drew 0-0 with Augsburg in Germany.