Celtic fans not keen on signing Stephen O’Donnell after Scotland display

Celtic fans are not keen on signing Kilmarnock defender Stephen O’Donnell this summer, despite the club’s need to sign a right-back.

With Cristian Gamboa’s and Mikael Lustig’s contracts expiring, alongside loan player Jeremy Toljan’s return to Borussia Dortmund, the Hoops badly need a player in the position during the transfer window.

The Scottish Sun reported last month that manager Neil Lennon could make a move for Scotland international O’Donnell, while former Celtic defender Mark Wilson tipped the player to make the switch to Celtic Park last week, speaking to The Daily Record.

How does Neil Lennon turn his doubters into believers? The answer lies in the video below…

O’Donnell has been a key part of Killie’s resurgence in the last 18 months, offering impressive stability on the right flank as part of Steve Clarke’s side.

Clarke has since selected the 27-year-old for Scotland, with the player starting the country’s last two qualifying matches.

Plenty of Celtic supporters watching Scotland against Belgium on Tuesday night though weren’t impressed, giving any move for the player a big thumbs down.

These fans have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts…

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