Kris Commons discloses Celtic looked at Joe Lewis last season

Kris Commons of Celtic is challenged by Paul Dixon of Dundee United during the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership match between Celtic FC and Dundee United FC at Tannadice Park on January 15,...

Should Celtic return for Aberdeen goalkeeper Joe Lewis next summer?

Kris Commons of Celtic takes on Steven Lawless of Patrick Thistle during the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership match between Patrick Thistle FC and Celtic FC at Firhill Stadium on March 12,...

Kris Commons has been quoted as saying by The Scottish Sun that Celtic looked at Aberdeen goalkeeper Joe Lewis last season.

The 34-year-old former Celtic attacking midfielder has disclosed that there were whispers around Celtic Park that the Glasgow giants were looking at the 29-year-old.

“There were whispers around Celtic Park that we were actually looking at him last season,” Commons is quoted as saying by The Scottish Sun about Lewis. “He’d certainly acquired the attention of our scouts and the people in at Celtic.”

Joe Lewis of Aberdeen looks on during the UEFA Europa league second qualifying round, first leg match between Aberdeen and Ventspils at Pittodrie Stadium on July 14, 2016 in Aberdeen,...

Lewis is one of the best goalkeepers in the Scottish Premiership and has been in good form for Aberdeen this season.

As reported by BBC Sport, the former England Under-21 international signed a new contract with Aberdeen and will remain at the club until 2020.

Craig Gordon is the first-choice goalkeeper at Celtic at the moment, but the 34-year-old Scotland international has made mistakes from time to time this season.

Callum McGregor of Celtic challenges Ash Taylor and Joe Lewis of Aberdeen for the ball during the William Hill Scottish Cup Final between Aberdeen and Celtic at Hampden Park on May 27,...

Despite Lewis, 29, having signed a new deal in the summer transfer window, Celtic should renew their interest next summer.

Signing the former Peterborough United goalkeeper in the January transfer window may not be possible, as Aberdeen are aiming to finish second in the Scottish Premiership and would not be willing to part company with a key figure.

However, it would be wise of Celtic to try to bring Lewis to Celtic Park next summer.

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