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Celtic starlet Aidan McGeady has backed Martin O'Neill's plans to overhaul the squad next season.
The Republic of Ireland international, who has broken into the side next season, believes the squad needs strengthening if they are to challenge in Europe next season.
"It looks like there will be changes during the summer and I think everyone would say that they're needed," said McGeady.
Spanish media sources claim Espanyol goalkeeper Erwin Lemmens is on the verge of signing for Celtic.
The Belgian international will become a free agent at the end of June having not been offered a new deal by the Catalans.
He has been linked with a switch to Malaga, but Radio Catalunya report he is now all but certain to move to Parkhead.
Neil Lennon has dropped his biggest hint yet that he is willing to finish his career at Celtic.
The combative midfielder is out of contract in the summer and had been expected to lead an exodus of stars out of Celtic Park, following Martin O'Neill's decision to quit the Glasgow giants.
Several Premiership clubs had been thought to be weighing up a move for the economical passer but it now appears he could be ready to ink fresh terms at Celtic.
Celtic midfielder Neil Lennon claims he is ready to sign a new contract at Parkhead following the appointment of Gordon Strachan as manager.
The 33-year-old's current contract is due to expire in the coming weeks and he had been linked with a move from Glasgow.
Bolton boss Sam Allardyce made clear his desire to land the former Leicester man who moved to Celtic to be reunited with Martin O'Neill in December 2000.
Leicester have completed the signing of Scotland international goalkeeper Rab Douglas from Celtic on a free transfer.
The 33-year-old has penned a three-year deal at the Walkers Stadium, to the delight of manager Craig Levein.
"Rab is an international goalkeeper who has played many games in high pressure situations in front of massive crowds," the Foxes boss told their website.
Stephane Henchoz's agent has confirmed the Swiss defender has joined the list of players leaving Celtic.
The 30-year-old international left Liverpool and agreed a short-term move to Celtic Park in January but failed to make an impact in Glasgow.
"Celtic have not been in touch so he will be leaving for sure," said agent Jorg Vonmatt.
Celtic defender Ulrik Laursen has revealed that Leicester City have made new inquiries about his availability.
The Dane was not a regular under Martin O'Neill and is waiting to hear whether he has a future now that Gordon Strachan has become Celtic manager.
"I know Leicester have inquired about me," Laursen told Danish newspaper BT. "It does not sound uninteresting; they were interested in me back in January.
Southampton chairman Rupert Lowe has moved to quash rumours of a Celtic bid for striker Kevin Phillips.
Celtic manager Gordon Strachan signed Phillips for £3.25m when in charge of Southampton and has been linked with another move for the player.
"I have read the rumours but we have not received any formal offer for Kevin Phillips," Lowe told the club website.
Ambitious Bundesliga outfit Schalke have revealed they would like to bring Celtic defender Bobo Balde to Gelsenkirchen.
Balde's future at Celtic looks uncertain with the giant defender reported to have a clause in his contract allowing him to leave Parkhead on a free transfer.
Royal Blues boss Ralf Rangnick is looking for a right-sided defender to replace Niels Oude Kamphuis who left the Arena AufSchalke for Borussia Monchengladbach at the end of the season and it would appear that the Guinean international is high on the club’s shopping list.