Celtic are still linked with another move for Fraser Forster as Ralph Hasenhuttl leaves the door open for the Scottish Champions.
The Scottish Champions are struggling at the moment in the keeper department as their £5.5 million signing Barkas isn’t proving to be good value for money.
Yes, Conor Hazard has stepped up to the plate and produced two good performances over the last two games, but many fans would rather have “The Great Wall” back to help win them the Scottish Premier League.
Will that happen?
Well maybe it can as Southampton’s manager has confirmed that he’s open to discussing with any club over potential moves for his players.
Hasenhuttl spoke with the media:
I am never scared of any transfer window because this is the way we go. When we are performing well and other clubs are coming wanting to take our players and give you the money you want, you always discuss it.
We are never a club at the end of the highest in Europe, we never will be. But we are also not a selling club. If it’s necessary we have to. If players do not extend their contracts and are free, they have to go, they go
This would indicate that Hasenhuttl is willing to allow Forster and any other of his fringe players to leave and free up some wages for his own transfer plans.
Would fans be open to another loan deal?