Celtic assistant manager Chris Davies has revealed that the Glasgow club is not planning on being too busy in the upcoming January transfer window.
As quoted by Celtic’s official Twitter account, senior man Davies did admit that the club are “looking to improve” but won’t be making drastic changes.
He said: “I don’t envisage January being particularly busy for us.
“We’ll recruit where needed and some players may move on as the squad evolves.
“We have a strong squad with good players but we’re always looking to improve.”
💬 CD: "I don't envisage January being particularly busy for us. We'll recruit where needed and some players may move on as the squad evolves. We have a strong squad with good players but we're always looking to improve."
— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) December 19, 2017
The Bhoys are on the verge of completing their first signing of the January window, with Marvin Compper set to join from Leipzig for a fee of around £1 million, and according to the Scottish Sun the defender has already jetted into Scotland for a medical.
However, some supporters might be upset that some major signings aren’t being planned in January, as the Hoops’ form in the last month has badly tailed off.
The Hoops are next in action on Wednesday night against Partick Thistle at Celtic Park, as they attempt to go five points of clear of Aberdeen and eight points clear of Rangers at the top of the Scottish Premiership.
They will be attempting to bounce-back from the 4-0 loss to Hearts at Tynecastle, which brought an end to the Hoops’ domestic unbeaten run at a British record 69 games.
The Bhoys then take on Aberdeen on Saturday at Celtic Park in a match which potentially has huge ramifications at the top of the Scottish Premiership table.