Boruc hints at Bhoys return
Former Celtic keeper Artur Boruc is set to depart Fiorentina and has admitted he would consider a return to Parkhead.
Boruc spent five years with Celtic before leaving for Serie A in the summer of 2010 but Boruc is now ready to end his stay with La Viola. The Polish shot-stopper is keen to play in a "better" league than the SPL, but the 32-year-old admits he would welcome a return to Celtic. "I have said that when I think of Celtic I think of warmth and love," Boruc said in the Daily Record. "But at this moment I want to play in a better league and aim for the highest target. "As for Celtic, though, I would always consider a proposal from them. "What is really important in my life is my family and I would listen to what they have to say because I need them to be happy. I have enjoyed my time in Florence but it seems to me that this is not my league. I would like to go and play in a better one." Celtic are on the hunt for a new goalkeeper and have agreed a £2million fee with Newcastle for Fraser Forster, who has spent the last two seasons on loan with the SPL giants. However, Forster is yet to agree personal terms and Celtic could move for Boruc if they are unable to reach an agreement with Forster, while free agent Craig Gordon has also been linked with the Scottish champions.