Slaven Bilic is reportedly interested in becoming Celtic boss this summer.
A number of Celtic fans have taken to Twitter to comment on reports from Sky Sports earlier this week which suggested that Slaven Bilic is interested in becoming the Hoops' next boss.
Neil Lennon's future at Parkhead appears to have a question mark lingering over it heading into the final couple of games of the season. He has kept Celtic on course for a third domestic Treble, but there appear to be plenty of supporters who are not keen to see the Northern Irishman get the job permanently.
Lennon actually won eight and drew three of his opening 11 games, but some of the football on show was not the most inspiring - with just 16 goals scored in the 12 fixtures that he has taken charge of.
And of course, the defeat in the Old Firm game at the weekend could be deemed to be a warning. And that is perhaps why Sky Sports' suggestion that Bilic wants the Celtic job seems to have been met by a largely positive response.
Bilic has managed in a number of countries, and has enjoyed some success with the likes of West Ham and the Croatian national team. And there seem to be some fans who believe that he will take the Hoops in the right direction if appointed in the summer.
There are some concerns about appointing Bilic. But the large majority of fans on social media appear to be keen to see the board look at the 50-year-old, especially with Lennon struggling to capture the imagination during his second spell in charge.
Here is what some of the supporters make of the reports...
Same guy wanted the Scotland just last month. He's absolutely desperate for a job, so no thanks.— IndependentNarco (@IndependentNarc) May 14, 2019
Would love it as long as no Lennon— james fleming (@jamesfleming19) May 14, 2019
Great manager would definitely do a good job at @CelticFC get the finger out— FrankieCamp (@FrankieCamp27) May 14, 2019
Oh yes please however I think we'd have already spoken to candidates by now— The UnCivil Engineer (@bolesybhoy) May 14, 2019
If Bilic wants Celtic then Celtic hierarchy must get this done. A quality manager.— Stefan (@MrStefanCarlin) May 14, 2019
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