Neil Lennon gives detail on how Celtic's January transfer window might go

By John McGinley

December 23, 2019

Celtic manager Neil Lennon is looking to add at least two players to his first-team squad during the upcoming transfer window, also admitting that others are set to leave, The Scottish Sun report.

There’s not long left at all until Celtic say goodbye to 2019 and look to recharge their fitness levels with a training trip to Dubai.

Before that there are still two massive Scottish Premiership fixtures to consider, with the club also apparently hard at work in their efforts to bolster Lennon’s team in the transfer market.

The Celtic Park boss has now laid out exactly what to expect in terms of players incoming.

As quoted by The Scottish Sun this week, he said: “I’d see a minimum of two — and no more than four — coming in and we’re working away on that. But it’s difficult to do deals in January and get the right quality. We look at players and say ‘Yeah, he’s a good player, but not for now’.

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“If you can do the business in January and get in ones you think can help you, then you can benefit in the summer.