Celtic’s odds of buying up both Fraser Forster and Moi Elyounoussi on permanent deals have apparently blew wide open.
Reports in England broke news that Southampton are looking likely to sell off players in a bid to help ease the money related concerns that the worldwide pandemic has set upon them.
Southampton’s owner Gao Jisheng is hoping to sell the club, but he’s discovering potential purchasers exceptionally difficult to find because of the current worldwide occasions and thusly, the club are evidently losing money at a fast rate.
Simply a week ago, Neil Lennon stated that Celtic are hoping to sign both Forster and Elyounoussi on permanent arrangements and on the off chance that Southampton are hoping to set aside cash to keep them afloat, at that point releasing the pair appears as the only option they have.
This could be Celtic’s chance at getting both vital players at a decent price as the Saints owner is desperate to sell the club but needs to get them back in the green again.
Hopefully Lawwell will do right by the club and pay the money, these players are vital to next season if we want to get ten in a row.