Celtic boss Neil Lennon has suggested that incoming additions could be imminent at Parkhead.

Celtic boss Neil Lennon has told the Glasgow Evening Times that his side are on the verge of making a signing.

Celtic begin their domestic campaign at the weekend with a match against St. Johnstone, but their squad is still not set for the new campaign.

Celtic are eyeing up new additions, as Lennon looks to bring in more quality.

And Lennon has suggested that Celtic are close to making one signing.

“We will discuss that when we get back on Wednesday, it would be great if we could,” he said.

Lennon has also suggested that Celtic could aim to do even more business if they get past Nomme Kalju in the Champions League.

“We will try and get one or two in before the next tie if we qualify, which we should do, for next week,” he added.

Celtic take on Nomme Kalju in the second leg of their Champions League qualifying round later this evening. 

Celtic take a 5-0 lead into the second leg of the contest, so they are practically guaranteed to make it into the next round.

The Bhoys have been linked to a whole host of targets, with Lennon known to be in the market to strengthen his defence.

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