Celtic FC

Celtic FC Information
Nick-name(s) Bhoys, Hoops
League Scottish Premier League
Location Glasgow, Scotland
Founded 1888
Official Website http://www.celticfc.net

Find this seasons transfers in and out of Celtic, the latest transfer rumours for the summer 2016 transfer window and how the news sources rate in terms of rumour accuracy for Celtic FC.

Latest Football Transfer Rumours About Celtic

Swansea lead the way in wanting to sign Robson-Kanu, but they face competition from Scottish champions Celtic, whose manager Brendan Rodgers worked with the Welshman at Reading several years ago

The Express - 03/Jul/2016
Rumour accuracy
36.7%
Unattached
25.0%
Celtic
23.1%
Swansea
Celtic transfer rumours
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Hal-Robson Kanu Unattached Celtic

3.5 (33 votes)

Hal-Robson Kanu Unattached Swansea

3.2 (33 votes)

Players rumoured in at Celtic FC in the last 2 weeks

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9 Scott Sinclair Aston Villa

Players rumoured out of Celtic FC in the last 2 weeks

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No players rumoured out of Celtic in the last 2 weeks

Celtic - News from the BBC

Leicester beat Celtic in shootout

Celtic impress against Leicester in the International Champions Cup - but the Foxes win 6-5 on penalties after a 1-1 draw.

Celtic to seal deal for defender Toure

Celtic hope to complete the signing of former Liverpool defender Kolo Toure on Sunday - but he is unlikely to play against FC Astana.

'No excuses' for Celtic in Kazakhstan

Celtic will not use travel time or difficult conditions as an excuse in their Champions League qualifier against Astana, says assistant boss Chris Davies.

Rodgers quip over Celtic's Astana test

Brendan Rodgers jokes about the six-hour flight and five-hour time difference awaiting Celtic in next week's Champions League qualifier in Kazakhstan.

Celtic 3-0 Lincoln Red Imps (agg 3-1)

Three goals in six first-half minutes see Celtic ease past Lincoln Red Imps in their Champions League qualifier.

Celtic 'must sell before new signings'

Celtic will have to move players out to make space for more new recruits, believes club legend Pat Bonner.