Plenty of Celtic Fans Are Demanding Peter Lawwell Make a Serious Splash in the Transfer Window

Plenty of Celtic Fans Are Demanding Peter Lawwell Make a Serious Splash in the Transfer Window

Celtic fans are demanding their chief executive Peter Lawwell gets his chequebook out this month, as their bitter rivals Rangers continue to strengthen their squad with proven English Premier League players.

Celtic have been linked with a loan deal for Timothy Weah, as well as permanent transfers for Atalanta right-back Tim Castagne and Ivorian striker Vakoun Issaouf Bayo, but none appear to be nearing completing as yet.

And the news that Rangers are on the brink of signing Jermain Defoe on an 18-month loan deal from Bournemouth, as well as Southampton midfielder Steve Davis, seems to have worn down the patience of a lof of Hoops fans, who have been voicing their displeasure on social media:

Having played in two Champions League campaigns in the last three years, as well as pocketing big fees for players like Moussa Dembele, Celtic should definitely have the funds to sign player who’d undoubtedly improve their squad – but do you think they will?

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