Steve Howey reckons that Mat Ryan could cope with the pressure of playing for Celtic.
According to Sky Sports, the Scottish Premiership giants are interested in bringing the goalkeeper to Parkhead this summer.
Celtic struggled for a first-choice shot-stopper last term, with both Vasilis Barkas and Scott Bain sharing the number one shirt, although even youngster Conor Hazard was given first-team action.
But reports believe that new manager Ange Postecoglou wants to work with Ryan again following their time together with the Australian national team.
Ryan spent the second half of last season on loan at Arsenal having lost his number one shirt at Brighton to Robert Sanchez, although the 29-year-old has since revealed his confusion as to why he was dropped by Graham Potter.
He wasn’t even included on the bench for the final eight games before he moved to north London, which suggests that his days at Brighton might be numbered and could therefore open the door for a switch to Celtic.
Howey exclusively told Football FanCast:
“Some players can flourish and embrace it completely.
“I would have thought the lad would cope with it, I’d be very surprised if he didn’t, to play for a club like Celtic with their history and the fans.
“For any player, unless you’re desperate to play in the Premier League, to play for a club like Celtic would be fantastic.”