Sport Celtic show off Superstore revamp ahead of highly-anticipated away kit release
Mbappe & Neymar tee up another big PSG friendly win
Ahead of returning to competitive action, Paris Saint-Germain were again victorious in a friendly, putting four past Celtic.PSG's Ligue 1 season was curtailed by the coronavirus pandemic - as was Celtic's similarly successful league campaign in Scotland - but the French champions have a series of key fixtures still to come.
The new Celtic Superstore athas officially reopened for business following its refurbishment.
Hoops centre-backcut the ceremonial ribbon on Wednesday as the shop prepares for the midnight release of the new home kit.
Club kit manufacturer Adidas has taken over from New Balance and their popular first offering will be available on Wednesday night.
Fans have already seen the new strip in action during the Hoops' pre-season tour of France and their victoriousopening day fixture against Hamilton.
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The Hoops have lined up two games in two days after their Irish opposition were forced to pull out. The Hoops will face Ross County at 1pm on Sunday before playing Hibernian a day later at 1:30pm, with both games taking place at Celtic Park.
Now they have the opportunity to wear it for themselves in the new launch with online pre-orders also about to be sent out.
As part of the re-brand, theStore on Argyle Street in the centre of Glasgow has also had a makeover.
A club release said: "With the new hoops being joined by other jersey releases and the fantastic range of adidas training wear already announced, there is huge excitement from our fans about our new high quality partnership.
"We were delighted to launch our new partnership with adidas last month and we now partner with the global leader in football, in what is believed to be the biggest kit deal ever announced across Scottish sport.
"We welcome adidas to Celtic and we welcome all our supporters to enjoy our fantastic new retail experience."
Albian Ajeti set for permanent Celtic deal as £5m West Ham striker heads to Glasgow .
Record Sport understands the 23-year-old is expected to arrive for a tour of Parkhead and the club’s Lennoxtown training base. Neil Lennon and chief executive Peter Lawwell spent most of Tuesday dealing with the Boli Bolingoli fallout with the full-back now expected to leave the club on loan. But discussions with Ajeti were also still ongoing last night and he is now on the brink of joining the Hoops. It had been anticipated he would sign on loan but the Hammers want a bumper fee and Celtic have agreed to meet those cash demands.