DAILY RECORD 🔵 Celtic transfer bulletin as Gustaf Lagerbielke, Oh and Matt O’Riley updates land – Shango Media
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DAILY RECORD 🔵 Celtic transfer bulletin as Gustaf Lagerbielke, Oh and Matt O’Riley updates land

Celtic may have not done any early transfer business in June – but there is plenty of talk of ins and outs at Parkhead.

Brendan Rodgers has been linked with a long list of goalkeepers to replace Joe Hart as his new No1. Record Sport exclusively revealed Newcastle stopper Martin Dubravka is one they have eyes on while the Scottish champions are also desperate to bring Adam Idah back to Glasgow from Norwich City full-time after a hugely successful loan period. Talks remain ongoing with Benfica over Paulo Bernardo with defensive reinforcements also linked in the shape of Flavius Daniliuc – with reports from Sky Sports Austria also naming Rangers as a club keen on his services.

Speaking of defenders, Gustaf Lagerbielke spoke in his homeland earlier this week about his desire to be playing regularly as he fired a clear message to his club boss Rodgers and he could have the chance to do that away from Parkhead. Lecce made a move to land the stopper in January on loan with the deal pulled at the final moments and now Sky Italy claim the Italian side have returned to the table. The Hoops splashed out £3million to land him from Elsfborg last summer but the Serie A club are said to be keen on a loan with an option this summer.

Oh could be on the move. The back-up striker is wanted by Genk this summer with Belgian sources confirming that talks are already underway over a potential agreement.

It remains to be seen from the Hoops’ point of view whether they will sanction a loan or permanent move for the South Korean. The hitman played a role in the first half of the campaign but fell out the picture in January after Idah arrived to provide competition to Kyogo Furuhashi in January.

Elsewhere, it is reported that Roma have joined the ever-growing list of suitors keen on Matt O’Riley. It will take a large fee to get him out of Parkhead this summer after January interest from La Liga outfit Atletico Madrid was booted out.

Sky Sports say the Serie A outfit will need to sell at least one player to be able to fund a potential move for the Denmark cap while the same publication state interest in his services also comes from a German team – who will feature in the Champions League next season – alongside two English Premier League clubs.

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