Many Celtic fans appear to be excited over rumours that they could make a move for Tottenham Hotspur’s Victor Wanyama in January.
The Glasgow Evening Times suggest that Celtic are on ‘red alert’, as Spurs look to move Wanyama on.
The Kenyan midfielder has struggled in the Premier League this season, with Celtic now keeping tabs on him.
And Bhoys fans have had positive reaction to the potential acquisition of Wanyama.
A great deal of Celtic fans would like to see him back at Parkhead, as they feel that Wanyama could still have a lot to offer to their midfield.
Everything possible should be done here to see if we can make it happen— Dom Schiavone (@Shiv1888) October 9, 2019
BRING HIM HOME— Jocelyn Williamson (@jocwilliamson) October 9, 2019
Id be trying to get him signed before january will be a big boost to take over from broony— ryan mcavoy (@ryanmcavoy) October 9, 2019
Him and ntcham midfield duo next season what a partnership that will be— Eddy bhoy bolingoli (@1989Eddy) October 9, 2019
McGregor Wanyama Christie— (@liamcox67) October 9, 2019
Wanyama could reportedly become an option again for the club in January.— Celtic1967.com (@Celtic1967_com) October 10, 2019
Forster on inheriting Wanyama's 67 shirt “I picked it, yeah. Victor was straight on me saying ‘keep my shirt warm for a bit!'"
I'd definitely take the big man back, given the opportunity. #CelticFC pic.twitter.com/YbHUPdUQai
Wanyama has struggled badly with injuries at Spurs, but if Neil Lennon could get him back to his best he could be a dominating presence in Celtic’s midfield.
Wanyama’s wages have proven an obstacle for Celtic previously, but the Glasgow Evening Times suggest he may be willing to take a pay cut this time around, which could make a move possible.
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