Three veterans that can give Celtic a cutting edge in Europe
Seb Larsson is now a free agent after leaving Sunderland one the expiration of his contract at the end of June. Larsson spent six years at the Stadium Of Light, making over 200 appearances for the Black Cats. He’s been a regular in the English Premier League since making his debut for Arsenal in 2006 with a long spell at Birmingham City defining his career before his move to Sunderland.
A free-kick specialist who could add composure and technical ability to the heart of the Hoops midfield, he’d be the perfect back-up for the likes of Scott Brown who could do with some more rotation next season after playing out of his skin last term for close to 60 matches.
With 90 caps for his native Sweden, he has vast experience in a continental, international and tournament setting, the kind of high stakes experience that would make him a reliable hand in the UEFA Champions League.