Celtic boss Neil Lennon has admitted that the club are expecting to receive some positive transfer news ‘soon’.
The 47-year-old has been left frustrated in recent weeks in terms of bringing in new recruits for the upcoming campaign, with Motherwell midfielder David Turnbull’s proposed move to Celtic Park recently falling through.
The 19-year-old now looks set to be on the way to newly-promoted Premier League side Norwich City, and with Celtic scheduled to begin their Champions League qualifiers in just over two weeks, additions are needed fast at Parkhead.
Many Hoops fans are growing frustrated at the lack of business at Celtic Park, however, Lennon, talking to Celtic TV, cited by HITC, admitted the club are looking to make additions and is expecting some positive news soon.
We are looking to make some additions and it will be important to integrate them in as quickly as possible.
There is a huge amount of work going in and we hope we will get some positive news soon.
Defensive and attacking reinforcements are thought to be high on Lennon’s list, and the Northern Irishman will be hoping any proposed deals can now go through in the coming weeks without any problems.