The Celtic Way reporter Anthony Haggerty believes it is going to be a busy transfer deadline day at Parkhead, with the signing of Josip Juranovic whetting the appetite among fans.
Among the most recent arrivals is Croatia international right-back Juranovic, who has joined from Polish outfit Legia Warsaw for a reported fee of £2.5million.
The 26-year-old made his Bhoys debut in the narrow defeat to reigning Scottish Premiership champions and arch-rivals Rangers at Ibrox on Sunday.
He has made the move to Parkhead having been involved in two of Croatia’s Euro 2020 clashes during the summer.
Haggerty would not be surprised to see more arrivals before the transfer window slams shut.
He told Football FanCast: “I think Juranovic’s arrival shows Celtic’s intent because most Celtic supporters would say they are still short of a left-back, centre-half, midfielder and centre forward.
“If the supporters are seeing that and Ange is filling in those gaps then that fills you with confidence that he is seeing what you’re seeing.
“I think it was good to get the Juranovic deal over the line for Celtic supporters because they’ve struggled to identify a right-back and they’ve signed a decent one now.”