Kevin Graham has been speaking on the latest edition of the A Celtic State of Mind podcast about all things relating to Celtic.
One of the topics that he spent quite a bit of time on was Neil Lennon’s potential replacements after he resigned last week.
This led Graham to discuss the possibility of Martinez becoming Celtic’s next manager.
He said: “For me, to get Roberto Martinez, the problem is timing; it’s because he’s at the Euros and because the World Cup is a year later.
“So when people go ‘why you saying Martinez, why you saying Martinez, you cannot get [him], that’s all down to money’.
“For me, Martinez is not down to money; his wages at Belgium prove that it’s not going to be down to money; it’s going to be down to timing.”
Would you like to see Martinez appointed as first-team manager?
Yes, that would be brilliant
No, I don't want him
TIF Thoughts on Martinez taking the Celtic job…
The former Wigan Athletic manager is apparently on around €2.4m per year (£2.08m) in his job as the Belgian national team manager; however, he has two major competitions coming up in the space of the next two years.
So, we understand why Martinez might decide that the Celtic job is not for him; therefore, Graham makes an interesting point.
We would be intrigued to see Martinez at Celtic, and we will be watching on to see if the Bhoys can lure him to Glasgow.