Celtic are looking to close out a memorable treble on Saturday as they face Hearts in the final of the Scottish Cup.
A win for Celtic would secure a domestic treble, after winning the Betfred Cup and Scottish League title earlier this season. It would also be for the second time in two seasons that the club have achieved the feat.
Despite all this, potential, success, Celtic still do not know who will be in charge of the club next season. Neil Lennon has been in caretaker charge but it looks unlikely that he will get the role on a fulltime basis, leaving Celtic in limbo.
However, they will still be hard at work looking for signings to bolster the squad for whoever will be the manager next season.
One market they could look into is the relegated teams from the Premier League. Here are some players from Fulham, Cardiff and Huddersfield who Celtic should target this summer…
The impressive shot-stopper stood out for Cardiff between the sticks and would be an excellent addition to the squad to compete with Scott Bain for a starting place at Celtic Park.
The Huddersfield defender looks set to leave the club this summer and Celtic are in need of reinforcements at the back following Boyata’s move to Hertha Berlin. He could add some quality to Celtic’s options in the back four next season.
Pritchard hasn’t quite been able to make the impact in the Premier League that he wanted to in recent seasons. He is a proven Championship quality player and could really look to kick on at Celtic with the chance to play European football.
The former Dundee man is an experienced campaigner in the midfield and adds grit to Fulham’s side, but is also good in possession. He would be an excellent addition to Celtic’s squad.
Johansen left Celtic to sign for Fulham in 2016 after 113 appearances for the Hoops in Scotland. They could look to bring him back north of the border after he was loaned out by Fulham, to West Brom, back in January.
Zohore failed to hit his best form in the Premier League for Cardiff, but is a proven Championship goalscorer and would be a useful squad player for Celtic – with his physical presence up top.
Ralls has spent his entire senior career at Cardiff and made over 200 appearances for the club. He could finally decide to move on this summer and Celtic would be a great move for him. The talented midfielder would add something different to the current crop of players.