Celtic goalkeeper Lukasz Zaluska is set to hold talks with the club´s hierarchy to see whether he still has a future at Parkhead, reports Sky Sports News.
Zaluska was ousted from the No 1 spot last season by on-loan Fraser Forster despite starting the campaign as replacement for Artur Boruc, and the 28-year-old, with one year remaining on his existing contract, has been linked with a move to former club Legia Warsaw.
“My agent will soon fly to Scotland to talk about the situation with my Celtic contract,” said the Pole.
“My current contract expires next year. I have heard from Polish colleagues about Legia’s interest but nobody from the club has called me. It may be because I recently returned from a holiday in Dubai and my phone was turned off.”
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Hoops in Gordon link.
Sunderland goalkeeper Craig Gordon could be a summer target for Neil Lennon after the Celtic boss appears to have missed out on a return to Parkhead for Newcastle United´s Fraser Forster next season.
The Journal says the former Hearts stopper, who has endured at a torrid time with injury at the Stadium of Light, has had talks about a new contract shelved after recently undergoing an operation on a knee injury.
In addition, Black Cats boss Steve Bruce is looking to bring in Coventry City´s Kieran Westwood, another former Celtic target, who he is thought to have guaranteed first-team football.
Lennon is said to be monitoring the Gordon situation and will offer the 28-year-old a way back to the SPL if he can prove his fitness.
Kayal links up with Zahavi.
Hoops midfielder Beram Kayal has turned to super agent Pini Zahavi in a bid to sort out an improved contract at Celtic Park, according to the Daily Mail.
Zahavi has been involved in a number of expensive football transfers and Kayal has now signed an agreement with him after sacking his agent, Dudu Dahan, earlier this month. The 23-year-old then put cousin Hamoudi Kayal in charge of his affairs but has now gone taken things a step further by employing Zahavi.
Kayal is attempting to improve on his existing £7,000-a-week deal with the knowledge he is being courted by several English clubs. Bolton Wanderers are thought to be poised to bid £4m this summer with Everton and Sunderland also linked to the former Maccabi Haifa player.
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