Possible Joe Hart replacment ‘high’ on Brendan’s transfer radar

Recent reports have hinted that a possible replacement for the current Celtic goalkeeper, Joe Hart, may be high on Brendan Rodgers’ transfer radar.

Joe Hart has had a largely successful stint at Celtic, with 140 appearances, 60 clean sheets, and 136 goals conceded. The 36-year-old announced that he would be departing from the Hoops at the end of this season, so Brendan has been in the market for a replacement goalkeeper. Several names have already been mentioned for the position, with Werder Bremen’s Michael Zetterer and Liverpool’s second choice, Caoimhin Kelleher to name a few.

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According to FTBL AU, Celtic are in the running to sign Middlesbrough goalkeeper, Tom Glover. Although it is also reported that Celtic are engaged in a four-way fight for the goalkeeper’s signature with Newcastle United, Copenhagen, and Glasgow rivals theRangers. 

Australian-born, Tom Glover currently has 5 clean sheets in 20 appearances this season. In the report, it claims that Glover is ‘high on the radar’ of Celtic gaffer Brendan Rodgers. However, according to the report, Copenhagen is also very keen to get the 26-year-old goalkeeper’s signature, to place him as their number one choice between the sticks.

BRADFORD, ENGLAND – SEPTEMBER 26: Tom Glover of Middlesbrough reacts during the Carabao Cup Third Round match between Bradford City and Middlesbrough

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  1. Personally believe that we will be in the market for 2 keepers imo?
    Don’t think that we will be looking for Bain to make up the required 8 homegrown players for European football imo?
    If that’s the case, then an upgrade upon Bain as a no2 keeper could well be in the offering?
    Wouldn’t be a bad idea as hardly want to put ourselves in another barkas situation again imo?
    Don’t think we have a younger keeper coming through yet, especially to challenge Bain at present?
    Think next season, we should be looking at a situation where we have 2 decent options available in each position?
    We still haven’t got to that, within the overall depth of the squad, even if a few positions are starting to develop into such a manner?
    With the amount of injuries suffered this season, surely this has to be the aim for the squad next season imo?

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