Celtic manager Neil Lennon has claimed it would have to be a massive offer to lure him away from Celtic, as reported by Sky Sports.
Lennon is among the favourites for the vacant Sunderland job to replace Paolo Di Canio but the Celtic legend claims he has too much to lose if he was to leave Glasgow in the near future.
With Rangers suffering from financial meltdown, the Scottish Premier League has seemed a formality for Celtic in recent seasons but their performances and results in the Champions League has been impressive.
It appears that it would have to be a massive club for Lennon to be dragged away from Celtic Park and the Sunderland job simply isn’t that attractive with the 42 year old preparing his side to face Barcelona next week.
“Being linked with other jobs can be a little unsettling because there is no substance to it. But it is what it is… speculation,” Lennon told Sky Sports News.
“It doesn’t detract from the focus I have on the job at Celtic but it is nice to be talked about when these jobs come up.
“However, it would take a heck of a lot to leave Celtic. There is a lot to give up here.”
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