GK - Scott Bain (Out of Contract - Free)
ST - Odsonne Edouard (PSG - "the biggest transfer in Celtic’s history")
CB - Erik Sviatchenko (Undisclosed - FC Midtjylland)
LM - Patrick Roberts (Man City - Loan Expired)
AM - Charly 'we hardly knew ya' Musonda (Chelsea - Loan Terminated)
AM - Stuart Armstrong (Southampton - 7m)
ST - Nadir Ciftci (Released into the wild)
LW - Lewis Morgan
AM - Ryan Christie
AM - Scott Allan
CM - Kundai Benyu
GK - Conor Hazard
Kieran Tierney has shrugged off the attention from the big guns down south as he’s only targeting firing Celtic to the double treble.
The Hoops star is being watched by a raft of top sides in the English Premier League with Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho topping the list of admirers.
Old Trafford scouts have set up camp at Parkhead this season to keep tabs on the 20-year-old and were in the Hampden stands as Brendan Rodgers’s men hammered Rangers on Sunday but Tierney has constantly insisted his heart is set on home.
The Scotland ace penned a bumper new six-year deal earlier in the season and is determined to keep racking up the silverware.
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