In their 38 league games, the Hoops found the net on 92 occasions, which ultimately led to Ange Postecoglou’s side lifting the league title.
To further highlight how impressive the Bhoys were in an attacking sense, 18 different players managed to get their names on the scoresheet during the triumphant top-flight campaign.
One man who ended up being a useful figure for Postecoglou in terms of scoring and creating goals was David Turnbull. In 42 appearances across all competitions, the midfielder found the net 10 times and delivered eight assists.
In his 25 league games, the Scotsman scored six goals and provided five assists, leaving him with more goal contributions than the likes of Matt O’Riley, Reo Hatate and Callum McGregor.
Now that the season has ended, Celtic and Postecoglou can turn their attention to the upcoming summer transfer window and getting prepared for the 2022/23 campaign.
In terms of potential incoming transfers, one man with whom the Hoops have been linked and who could establish a formidable midfield pairing with Turnbull is Christopher Scott.
Having scored 44 goals and supplied 17 assists in 114 appearances across Bayern Munich and Bayer Leverkusen’s youth teams, the midfielder certainly knows how to be an attacking threat on the pitch in front of goal, similar to Turnbull.
Described as a player who “generates a lot of threat from [his] finishing and creativity” by Bhoys Analytics on Twitter, Scott – who is currently valued at £1.08m by Transfermarkt – could be a great midfield partner for the 22-year-old Celtic talent and give the team an extra attacking danger.
Taking into account how the Hoops will be heading into their next campaign without Tom Rogic and Nir Bitton, this could sway Postecoglou into bringing some new midfielders to his squad over the coming weeks and months.
With that in mind and the 19-year-old being available as a free agent once his current contract at Bayern expires at the end of June, he could be a suitable transfer option for the Hoops from a footballing and financial point of view.