In an exclusive interview with Football FanCast, Wolves icon Steve Bull believes that Eddie Howe would take the Celtic if offered, and would certainly have no issue making the move across the border.
Celtic have been searching for a new manager since Neil Lennon left his role earlier this year after a rather poor season for the Bhoys, as they missed out on the chance to win 10 league titles in a row.
Celtic were dumped out of the Europa League in the group stages and have had to watch on as Steven Gerrard’s Rangers have stormed to their 55th league title as well as reaching the Round of 16 in the Europa League.
Speaking on why Eddie Howe, who is reportedly in advanced talks over the role, would want the Celtic job and how he’s one of the only people for the job, Bull told FFC:
“He’d love that and would take it all day long. They’re very patriotic up there and I think he could show a good style of play at Celtic.
“Celtic have got something to prove next year and I think he’s probably one of the managers that could go up there and prove it. So, I think he would do well.”
There have been a number of people linked with the vacant job, but Alan Nixon has confirmed Howe is a serious candidate to get the job.
Former Celtic midfielder Roy Keane has also been linked with the job, with his last managerial role being manager of Ipswich Town in 2011.