Manchester United stopper Tomasz Kuszczak is one of ‘two or three’ options being considered by Celtic manager Neil Lennon, according to the Herald Scotland.
Kuszczak has had limited appearances at Old Trafford since he signed for the club in 2007, and transfer speculation has been particularly loud since David De Gea joined the club in June.
And Manchester United might be looking to cash in on the Poland international, in preparation to make another signing before the transfer window closes.
Celtic have reportedly decided that two or three players will be signed before August 31, and the Scottish outfit have put United’s stopper at the top of their list.
Celtic have so far made three signings this summer: Kenyan midfielder Victor Wanyama, Wales defender Adam Matthews and English defender Kelvin Wilson, but the side are still on the lookout for a stopper.
And with Anders Lindergaard coming out today to say he’ll be Manchester United’s number one goalkeeper if De Gea continues to falter, Celtic will no doubt be boosted in their pursuit of Kuszczak.