Ange Postecoglou has already set out his priorities as the new manager of Celtic.
That’s if you believe the various news outlets that have linked the Hoops to several new goalkeepers in the last few days.
The Bhoys are believed to be keen on reuniting Brighton and Australia stopper Mat Ryan with Postecoglou this summer but there are other ‘keepers on their radar.
They could revive their chase for Robin Olsen while Benjamin Siegrist is a topic of conversation again.
Celtic have been tracking the Swiss over the course of the season with a move initially thought to be a possibility last winter.
A move didn’t materialise but the Hoops may well take part in a bidding war for the Dundee United man this summer.
That’s the word of journalist Alan Nixon who took to Twitter to say the following: “Ipswich want him but Dundee United will try for an auction … and Celtic may take part.”
Siegrist might not have the international or Premier League pedigree of Ryan but this is still incredibly exciting news for supporters.
The 6 foot 4 colossus is proven in the Premiership and would arrive at a time where Celtic are desperate to sign a new goalkeeper.
Vasilis Barkas signed for a fee of £4.5m last summer but was particularly error-prone, eventually being ousted in favour of Scott Bain.
The Greek only started two games after the January period but Bain hardly covered himself in glory throughout the season either. He made a succession of errors against Sparta Prague in the Europa League and didn’t offer much authority.
Siegrist is the polar opposite and is one of the most commanding goalkeepers in the Scottish game.
Celtic supporters saw this firsthand when his dominating performance led to a 0-0 draw with the Hoops that ensured Rangers wrapped up the title early.
As Dundee United earned a surprise point at Tannadice, Siegrist was in remarkable form as he made a sensational 12 saves.
He repeatedly denied Odsonne Edouard on what was a terrible day at the office for the Frenchman.
For a man who “trains like a monster” in the words of Micky Mellon, he’d be a first-class addition to Postecoglou’s ranks.
Supporters should be excited at the potential of seeing a new man between the sticks after their wretched campaign from a defensive point of view.