Online rumours circulating today suggest Celtic could parade their new manager on Monday.
The Parkhead club have still to publicly make a decision on who they want to permanently replace Brendan Rodgers as manager.
Neil Lennon has been in charge on a caretaker basis since Rodgers left for Leicester City in February.
And he’s steadied the Celtic ship to the point they are now just one game away from a treble treble.
Still, many believe Lennon isn’t the right man for the job – and names like Rafa Benitez, Jose Mourinho and David Moyes have been mentioned to take over permanently.Embed from Getty Images
But so far Celtic haven’t made any official statement on who the manager will be and fans have had to rely solely on speculation.
What’s the latest bit of speculation worth paying attention to? It involves an event being held at Celtic Park on Monday.
Fans are discussing the possibility of a manager being paraded at the stadium on Monday after news apparently leaked that a police presence has been requested by the club for that day.
From what we can see, it originates from these tweets:
If those are to be believed, and we’ve not been able to confirm if true, then it could well mean a manager is paraded to the supporters on Monday.
But a lot would need to happen between now and then, most importantly Celtic announcing who the new manager will be.
When Brendan Rodgers was appointed Celtic manager in May of 2016, he was paraded in front of thousands of supporters at Celtic Park.