One top-quality Fraser Forster replacement Celtic should be considering is former Bhoy David Marshall, who made 35 appearances for the Parkhead side before leaving for Norwich in 2007.
The Cardiff City No.1 made more saves than any Premier League goalie last season, as detailed below:
Had the Scotland international not enjoyed such a rich vein of form, the Bluebirds relegation campaign could have been a lot more embarrassing. Here he is putting in a Man of the Match display against Spurs:
The 29 year-old was believed to be a prime target for several Premier League clubs this summer following the Welsh outfit’s relegation, with Arsenal, Spurs and Southampton all linked.
But the aforementioned clubs have all sought alternatives, and Champions League football is undoubtedly a challenge that would excite Marshall.
Rumour has it however that Cardiff value their goalkeeper at a whopping £15million: