Date: 2nd January 2021 at 5:00pm
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Many Celtic fans have been responding to a tweet that was recently posted by Sky Sports News journalist Anthony Joseph, in which he shared that the Hoops are interested in signing Preston North End midfielder Ben Pearson.

According to Joseph, the Glasgow club have already made initial contact for the £1.44m-rated man, who is set to become a free agent in the summer.

Celtic are allegedly hoping to sign the 25-year-old on a pre-contract in the January transfer window. This deal would see him commit to joining the Hoops permanently in the summer. 

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So, how have these Celtic fans been reacting to this transfer news? 

A lot of Celtic supporters responded positively to Joseph’s tweet, sharing that they’d like to see Pearson at Parkhead.

“A very talented player. That would be a very shrewd move if Celtic can pull it off.”

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“This would be excellent business.”

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Meanwhile, Joseph’s tweet sparked plenty of speculation amongst some Celtic fans, with some discussing what the potential signing of Pearson would mean for current Celtic players’ futures and some fans of the Glasgow club speculating over what this move could mean for the future of the managerial position at Parkhead. 

“Give Soro better competition than Brown though”

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“That means Ntcham is off. Not disappointed if he does go either, that goes for any other players that don’t want to be at the club.”

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“Brown or ntcham replacement in the squad”

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“So does this confirm that lawwell is scouting players for the incoming manager?!!!”

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“Enjoy the rise on the season book fur players fae Preston NE but mind you, there manager might be the new Celtic manager!!”

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All in all, it’s clear that this transfer news has got a lot of Celtic fans talking and it seems as though fans of the Glasgow club would largely be in favour of this move, judging by these replies to Joseph’s tweet.