The Celtic transfer news is beginning to wreaw havoc.
Ange Postecoglou requires a good summer on the transfer front in order to boost the Bhoys'' hopes of qualifying for the Champions League.
As always, ensuring that Celtic are as confident as possible to defend their Scottish Premiership championship against Rangers in the coming season.
According to Sky Sports, Postecoglou is planning to sign a goalkeeper in the form of Benjamin Siegrist, who is out of contract at Dundee United.
According to reports, the Hoops are in advanced discussions about signing the stopper, which was commended last week by Micky Mellon.
Former Celtic player Mark Wilson told Sky Sports that Siegrist will not cover solely Joe Hart, claiming that the 30-year-old is capable of effective defeating the veteran English goalkeeper next term.
Benjamin Siegrist was fantastic at Dundee Utd and you only have to look at where they finish in the table in the fourth place. You need a solid defense but you also need someone behind you, and he has been fantastic for a number of years.
Siegrist is a person who can really get him to succeed. It may take a while to sleep in, but I think by next season, he might be pushing him all the way to the No 1 spot.
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The Parkhead supporters will be hoping for bigger and better deals than Siegrist in the coming months as far as Celtic transfer news goes.
Because Siegrist is a lot more capable, he will at least not begin ahead of Hart, and Postecoglou will require ready-made hitters capable of making an immediate impact in the first XI.
Both Cameron Carter-Vickers and Daizen Maeda have both converted their initial loan repayments to permanent ones, which is excellent news.
The wicked are there to rest, and Celtic must sign additional stars who may impact the transition from the starting lineup.