According to The Scottish Daily Mail (print edition, page 112, August 15, 2020), Leeds United left-back Barry Douglas is open to offers amid interest from Celtic.
It has been reported that Celtic manager Neil Lennon is keen on a move for the former Wolverhampton Wanderers left-back.
Although there is a possibility that Douglas could get a contract extension at Leeds with his current deal running out at the end of next season, the 30-year-old – who can also operate as a wing-back – is willing to listen to offers.
Good signing for Celtic?
Douglas had injury problems last season and could not make a massive impact on the team.
With Stuart Dallas playing well at left-back, the Scotland international struggled to get back into the team once he recovered from his injuries.
Celtic are a massive club, and the left-back would make manager Lennon’s squad better and stronger.
Boli Bolingoli-Mbombo was not great for Celtic last season, and it would make sense for Lennon to try to get an upgrade on the Belgian left-back.