Even though the Bhoys still have one league game to play before the season ends and the summer transfer window opens for business, it seems as though the club are already close to completing their first deal.
According to a recent report from the Scottish Sun, Celtic are on the verge of securing a deal for Hammarby defender Mohanad Jeahze worth a reported fee of £2m.
In those appearances, the Iraq international has scored two goals and delivered 12 assists for his side along the way which shows how much of a useful attacking figure he can be from the defence.
Taking into account how the Hoops have scored more goals than any other side in the league this season as well as conceded the fewest, adding a player like Jeahze could make them even more dangerous going forward.
This and the fact that he has been away training on his own doesn’t say much for his long-term future at the Parkhead club.
Now that it has been reported that Jeahze is close to a move to Celtic, Bolingoli’s potential exit could see the Hammarby defender take his place in Postecoglou’s squad.
Given how swift the club have been in terms of potentially securing a deal for the 25-year-old, this would surely please the Hoops boss, potentially kickstarting what could be another busy summer transfer period for the club.
If the newly crowned SPFL champions do end up signing the Hammarby left-back, this will then give them the opportunity to move onto other areas of the squad that the 56-year-old may want to strengthen ahead of their next campaign.