Speculation continues to rage this afternoon surrounding the identity of Celtic‘s next permanent manager – and ex-Chelsea and Spurs boss André Villas-Boas is the latest big name linked with the role on social media.
The Hoops will be looking to appoint a new permanent boss at the end of the current campaign, with Neil Lennon in the hot-seat vacated by Brendan Rodgers until then.
Lennon remains the favourite to take the reins on a long-term basis once this season is over but the Parkhead hierarchy will no doubt be casting an eye over some of the coaching talent available across the continent.
And Villas-Boas is currently out of work, having most recently managed in the Chinese Super League with Shanghai SIPG.
The Portuguese was once Jose Mourinho’s right-hand man and trusted lieutenant, and became the youngest-ever winner of a European competition when he and his Porto team claimed the 2011 Europa League when he was just 33.
Could the 41-year-old be the man to takeover from Brendan Rodgers?
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