Ange Postecoglou delivers Friday night message on more January business at Celtic

By John McGinley

January 7, 2022

Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou has insisted the club will stay ‘alert’ throughout January and could make more transfer deals happen, both incoming and outgoing.

The Bhoys have already completed a fair bit of business. Three J-League talents were brought to the club early while a number of young players have been shifted out on loan.

However, Postecoglou is adamant if the right player comes along they have a need for, the club will dip back into the market.

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Ange delivers Celtic transfer message

Speaking to Celtic TV tonight, he said: “It won’t be too busy but we’ve got to stay agile through this period. We’re looking at the squad the whole time. Through the whole January window we’ll make sure what we need, if it’s available, we’ll bring in.

“I don’t expect it to be too hectic but we’ll stay alert and make sure if the right thing comes along both in terms of incomings and outgoings, we’ll be able to move.”

While it doesn’t sound like anything is imminent, the manager is not shutting the door here. Clearly he thinks there is room for manoeuvre to further strengthen his squad if he thinks it’s needed.

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January is a long old month and there is plenty of time to find new signings.

It’s at least confirmation that the trio that has arrived isn’t definitely our lot. We can light a candle and hope for more fresh faces before February comes around!

With a defender and a couple of wide players arguably still needed, Celtic do have to deliver the goods.

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