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Algerian striker El Arbi Hillel Soudani is reported to be on Celtic's wanted list as boss Neil Lennon plans for next season.
Celtic winger James Forrest has declared himself fit for the Scottish Cup Final clash against Hibernian this weekend.
Celtic are among the clubs showing an interest in Burnley striker Charlie Austin, who could be on the move this summer.
Celtic are sweating on the fitness of Charlie Mulgrew, Adam Matthews and James Forrest ahead of the Scottish Cup Final.
Celtic have handed South African midfielder Daylon Claasen a chance to impress on a trial at Parkhead.
Former Everton forward Graeme Sharp believes that Celtic boss Neil Lennon does not have what it takes to manage the Merseyside club.
Celtic midfield ace Victor Wanyama has urged Neil Lennon to snub interest from England and stay at Parkhead.
Celtic have vowed to back Neil Lennon in the transfer market this summer as doubts continue to surround his future.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon is being linked with a move to Stoke as doubts continue to surround the future of boss Tony Pulis.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon insists talk he could join Everton in the summer is nothing more than speculation.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon is being linked with the Everton job if, as expected, David Moyes takes over at Manchester United.
Liverpool and Southampton have entered the race for Celtic midfield enforcer Victor Wanyama who would cost in the region of £10m.
Celtic are set to bring the big guns back into their starting XI against St Johnstone as they prepare for the Scottish Cup final.
Joe Ledley has insisted he is not holding out for a summer return to Cardiff and wants to instead open talks over a new deal at Celtic.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon already has one eye on next season and is ready to rest key players over the remaining league games.
Celtic midfielder Tom Rogic hopes to be given a chance to stake a claim for a place in the side now the SPL title has been won.
Norwich are expected to make another move for Celtic forward Gary Hooper in the summer if they secure Premier League survival.
Neil Lennon is hoping the Celtic fans will help boost his transfer kitty by snapping up season tickets for the next campaign.
Celtic's chief executive Peter Lawwell has joined Neil Lennon in believing there is a good chance Gary Hooper could stay at the club.
Georgios Samaras says he is loving life at Celtic and has no intention of leaving Parkhead anytime soon.
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