Celtic interim manager Neil Lennon will learn his fate about his future as Hoops boss after the Scottish Cup Final, according to a report.
The Daily Mail has revealed that Celtic have informed Lennon that they will discuss the prospect of him becoming manager after Saturday’s clash against Hearts.
The Hoops will clinch a third successive domestic treble with a win in the final, so it makes sense that any talks will be delayed until after the match.
That gives Lennon time to devote this week to the cup final, and not to dealing with his future.
Will the result of the cup final play any part on if Lennon gets the job? It’s unlikely. Although you would imagine that if Celtic didn’t perform on the day it would not help Lennon’s chances of getting the job.
Under consideration for job
The performances have not been great for most of Lennon’s time as interim manager. However, he must still be under consideration for the job, which is way talks are taking place after the game.
The next week looks set to define Celtic’s future. Firstly, the team aim to make history by winning their third domestic treble in a row.
Then the fate of the interim manager will be decided. The man who is set to be in charge of the nine in a row campaign could be revealed.
Celtic will once again be the centre of attention in Scottish football.