Ange Postecoglou believes Celtic have made progress in the transfer market and expects further developments in the coming days.
“For the moment, progress on entries and exits but nothing confirmed for the moment”, specifies Postecoglou.
“Obviously we are coming to the end of the window and I expect progress over the next few days.”
The Scottish champions have already signed Tomoki Iwata, Yuki Kobayashi and Alistair Johnston this month.
Giorgos Giakoumakis has been linked with a move but when asked about the Greek forward, Postecoglou said: “Until I know or hear otherwise, I expect them all to be Celtic players.
“There has been progress with all of these types of issues. I guess over the next few days we’ll see how this all unfolds.”
Meanwhile, Canadian defender Johnston says his debut at the club since joining Major League Soccer’s CF Montreal has gone smoothly.
Johnston – who joined his new teammates after playing in the World Cup – made his debut in January’s Old Firm draw at Ibrox and believes the performance reassured him that he “belonged to a club like Celtic”.
“It’s been a simple transition, the whole group has been really welcoming, it kind of reminds me of home,” he said.
“The competition was great for spots, I enjoyed it, and of course playing in front of 60,000 at Parkhead certainly helped too. So that’s been a nice progression.
“We all come to Celtic for a reason and that’s to win and that means winning games week after week and lifting trophies at the end. That’s our main motivation here, and we know that’s not even just a desire it’s a demand from the fan base here.”