3 signings Celtic could make in the January transfer window

Things have started to look up for Celtic in recent weeks as they have won four games on the trot in all competitions, several of their players have returned from injuries and the club are being linked with some big signings for the upcoming January transfer window.

While the Hoops made significant additions to their squad over the summer, it is clear that it still does not have a lot of depth in several positions and needs more additions.

The club have been linked with some very interesting names over the past few weeks. Some who can come in and make an immediate impact on the first-team while also having the potential to be regulars for years to come.

As a result, it will be very interesting to see how things turn out for Celtic over the course of the January transfer window. It is setting up to an exciting one though.

3 signings Celtic could make in the upcoming January transfer window

Here are three signings that Celtic could make in the upcoming January transfer window in order to strengthen Ange Postecoglou’s squad:

Daizen Maeda

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Daizen Maeda of Yokohama F.Marinos. (Photo by Masashi Hara/Getty Images)

It was during Postecoglou’s time as manager that Yokohama F. Marinos signed Daizen Maeda. And it is safe to say that it has proven to be a tremendous signing for the J1 League side.

According to stats from Transfermarkt, Maeda has scored 18 goals and provided 3 assists in 31 J1 League appears so far this season. He is also the leading goalscorer in the competition right now.

It is not difficult to see why the Hoops are being linked with the player and in fact, he could turn out to be a great signing for the club if they can pull it off.

Postecoglou was always expected to look towards the J1 League in January. The Hoops have already signed one Japanese superstar this season in Kyogo Furuhashi. Can they add another one to their squad soon?

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