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Sport Norwich City and Tottenham Hotspur lead clubs eyeing Celtic transfer swoops this summer

12:55  28 april  2021
12:55  28 april  2021 Source:   scotsman.com

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  Everton dealt huge potential blow in chase of “outstanding” dynamo who’s keen on move – opinion Everton are reluctant to meet Norwich City’s £30m asking price for defender Max Aarons, who is reportedly keen on a move to Carlo Ancelotti’s side.According to The Times, the Canaries are set to demand around £30m to sell Aarons at the end of the season, which has been deemed too much by the Goodison Park hierarchy.

Kristoffer Ajer, Ismaila Soro and Vasilis Barkas could lead a Celtic transfer exodus this summer – just as Eddie Howe gets his foot in the door.

a football player on a field © Celtic's Kris Ajer in action during a Scottish Premiership match between Celtic and Kilmarnock at Ce...

The trio have all emerged as transfer targets for a series of clubs, meaning a Celtic exit could be on the horizon just as a move for the new manager edges closer.

Fringe midfielder Ismaila Soro has been linked with a move to north London to join Tottenham Hotspur having been unable to establish himself as a first-team regular at Parkhead.

Despite being managerless following the departure of Jose Mourinho, Spurs are believed to be keen on the 22-year-old Ivory Coast midfielder who signed for Neil Lennon in a £2.2m move last January.

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He could be joined in next year’s Premier League by team-mate Kris Ajer. Newcastle have recently been linked with the Norwegian international, but reports this morning suggest newly-promoted Norwich City are watching the defender closely as they bolster their squad for the new campaign in English football’s top flight.

Both follow stories linking Greek goalkeeper Vasilis Barkas with a return to his homeland with AEK Athens prepared to put an end to the £4.5m signing’s unhappy stay in Glasgow.

The much-heralded summer signing failed to establish himself as number one and has recently lost his place in the team again to Scott Bain.

Despite all the exit talk Celtic are believed to be moving closer to new arrivals – in the manager's office.

Kane double earns Spurs draw at Everton, but suffers injury

  Kane double earns Spurs draw at Everton, but suffers injury Kane double earns Spurs draw at Everton, but suffers injuryKane took his tally to 21 for the season with a goal in each half but Gylfi Sigurdsson also scored twice for the hosts in a draw that did little for either side's fading top-four hopes.

The Daily Mail reports Eddie Howe is close to agreeing to become the new head coach after a lengthy pursuit, and he could add former striker Mark Burchill to his Parkhead coaching team.

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Forget Mourinho: Celtic can dominate again if Desmond hires 42 y/o with "big emotions" - opinion .
Celtic should consider Young Boys manager Gerardo Seoane as their new head coach.It has been a troublesome nine weeks on and off the field as the board room ponder replacements for Neil Lennon.

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