Celtic saw Greg Taylor star against Hamilton Academical on Sunday afternoon, but they could still sign another left back.
Taylor picked up assists for the first two goals in Celtic’s 5-1 victory, showing the ability to get forward and make a real impact in the final third.
Taylor looks to be Neil Lennon’s first-choice left back, but Celtic may now bring in another option in that area of the pitch.
Index in Croatia reported over the weekend that Celtic want to land David Colina from Hajduk Split, and are prepared to pay around €3million (£2.6million).
Hajduk want double that, with a £5.2million asking price on the 20-year-old’s head just one year since landing him from Monaco for £630,000.
Colina looks to be a bright prospect, but going for another left back has left many believing that Boli Bolingoli will be on his way out of the club.
The Belgian left back joined Celtic from Rapid Vienna last summer as a replacement for Kieran Tierney, but struggled to really impress in his first season at Parkhead.
Now, with fans learning that Celtic are pushing to sign Colina, a number of supporters took to Twitter to suggest that this is ‘the end of the road’ for Bolingoli.
Fans predicted the 25-year-old will be on his way out this summer if Colina arrives, believing that he will be the odd man out.