David Moyes was an interested spectator at Celtic Park today for Celtic’s game with Kilmarnock.
The Scottish manager is currently out of work, but has been linked with a number of jobs, including the Scotland manager’s role and the Hoops job.
Neil Lennon’s future has still not been sorted so speculation around Brendan Rodgers’ permanent replacement will continue.
And the talk of Moyes will only intensify with the former Everton and Manchester United boss in attendance today.
It’s more likely he’s in the stands due to the tributes being paid to Billy McNeill, who tragically died earlier this week.
Moyes broke through at Celtic in 1981 while McNeill was still a player.
Moyes has been out of a job since West Ham last year and you’d assume he would jump at the opportunity to take over at Celtic Park.
It’s been a frustrating afternoon for the Hoops so far, failing to break down a tough Killie team who have had chances themselves to break the deadlock. At the time of writing, it’s 0-0 with 20 minutes of the game remaining.