Date: 19th March 2021 at 8:20pm
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Celtic pundit Paul John Dykes has recently revealed a claim about the club’s investment in the coaching staff and playing staff.

This came after Dykes hosted the latest episode of the ‘A Celtic State of Mind’ podcast and the panel gave their opinions about multiple issues involving the Hoops.

One topic of discussion was the club’s management team in the future and Dykes revealed a key detail about how much Celtic will be looking to invest in the coaching and playing staff this summer.

Should Celtic spend big in the summer?

Yes

Yes

No

No

The Hoops have John Kennedy in charge on an interim basis until the end of the season, but it remains to be seen who will be the club’s manager for the upcoming season. The likes of Eddie Howe, Rafael Benitez, Steve Clarke and Roberto Martinez have been linked with the job.

Dykes talked about Celtic’s future appointment and revealed that he’s heard from a source that the club is prepared to spend a huge amount of money on coaching and playing staff in the summer.

He revealed: “I was speaking to someone who is close to the club and who reckons that there is going to be an incredible investment in the Celtic coaching staff and playing staff moving into next season.”

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TIF Thoughts on Celtic’s coaching staff…

It has been suggested that Celtic are heading into a summer that will witness a transition for the Parkhead-based side. Chief executive Peter Lawwell will step down and Dominic McKay will come in. They are also reportedly on the hunt for a director of football (as per the Daily Record).

This suggests that the club will undergo a structural change from top to bottom and the vision could also change, considering that McKay is replacing Lawwell.

Because of that, spending big on and staff will be necessary, so Dykes’ claim should come as promising news for Celtic fans.