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Neil Lennon Insists He’s Happy with ‘Great Squad’ Following Soro Arrival

Neil Lennon Insists He’s Happy with ‘Great Squad’ Following Soro Arrival

Celtic boss Neil Lennon has insisted he’s happy with his overall squad following the arrival of Ismaila Soro – with the prospect of more signings this month looking unlikely.

The Hoops have shelled out around £5.5 million in total during the January transfer window, with striker Patryk Klimala joining midfielder Soro in joining the Scottish champions’ quest to win a ninth consecutive Premiership title.

The thirst for signings amongst some of the Celtic support was palpable following the December 29 defeat to arch-rivals Rangers but, speaking ahead of tomorrow’s Premiership clash at St Johnstone, it seems Lennon is quite content with recruiting just two new faces:

If there aren’t any last minute surprises, and Celtic continue with the current squad, do you think they’ve done all of the required business to be successful come May?

And if not, where else in the team should Lennon and his scouts have been looking to strengthen?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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