At the moment, there are some rather pressing matters that Ange Postecoglou will certainly be looking to deal with in the present day and the immediate future.

Of course, we all know that it is the Old Firm derby on Sunday as the Bhoys head to Ibrox to take on the old enemy in Rangers at lunchtime.

A win could see Postecoglou’s side, though, go six points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership and give them some breathing space as the business end of the campaign fast approaches.

Naturally, it could be a rather tense time for those at Parkhead and for all of their fans, which is why there are many who are already enjoying what has to offer them, with some of the best casino games available to play straight away!

However, if recent reports are to be understood and taken at face value, then it would seem that the Hoops are already looking ahead to the future in regard to a potential transfer acquisition.

It had recently been revealed that Celtic are interested in acquiring Christopher Scott this summer, with journalist Florian Plettenberg having revealed that the Scottish side had been in talks already with the FC Bayern Munich attacking midfielder.

Now, additional reports from Sky Sports Germany are stating that the teenager is now flirting with the idea of leaving Bavaria and potentially making a switch to another club in the future.

The 19-year-old is understood to want to play regular first-team football, and that would appear to be unlikely to achieve whilst he remains at the Allianz Arena.

It has been claimed that the Germans could look to let him leave after they get him to sign a contract extension, as it means they would then be able to command a transfer fee whilst also implementing a clause that would allow them to buy him back in the future.

Celtic are not thought to be the only team to be interested in the German attacking midfielder, with it believed that Premier League side Brentford are also interested in signing him and have held their own talks with Scott.

Indeed, Celtic could potentially have the upper hand as they could offer him UEFA Champions League football next season, although whether they can provide him with first-team football is another matter that they would likely have to discuss.

The only other thing that could be an issue, though, is if Brentford manages to stay in the Premier League and convince the youngster his future lies in England, rather than in Germany or Scotland, should he look to leave this summer.