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FIVE signings Celtic can spend the Forster fund on

Date: 12th August 2014 at 7:30pm
Written by Christy Malyan

Earlier this week, Celtic fans said goodbye to goalkeeper Fraser Forster, as the England international moved to Southampton following a plethora of interest from the Premier League and yonder in his services. The England international will undoubtedly leave a gap behind in the Bhoys starting line up but his departure has seen the Scottish champions collect a cool £10million. That's big money for the Parkhead club, and the best way to spend it would be on a talismanic entity who could bring Celtic's performances to a whole new level - especially in the Champions League. Thus, here's FIVE signings, all relatively expensive but all high quality, that Celtic should consider spending the Forster fund on. DAVID MARSHALL In regards to a direct replacement for Fraser Forster who can match the now-Southampton goalkeeper's immense quality, I suggest Celtic turn their attentions to Cardiff City's David Marshall. The 29 year-old former Bhoy, who rose through the Parkhead youth ranks and made 35 league appearances before leaving for Norwich in 2007, made more saves than any Premier League keeper last season, as detailed below: Talismanic performances from the Scotland international, such ... Read More


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