Celtic interim manager John Kennedy has refused to comment on any sort of reports suggesting that Eddie Howe is close to becoming the next boss at the club.
As quoted by the Daily Record, Kennedy was coy to give any sort of details when he was asked about the clubs hunt for a new manager, whilst also giving an update on his own future, insisting he is in ‘no rush’ to become achieve his dream of being a manager.
“I don’t know if there will be news, there’s been a lot of talk.
“But the club have been calm, they do business behind the scenes.
“I’ll do what’s right for the club. I know what I do here and what I can offer.
“It’s still my goal to be a manager but I’ve never been in a rush.
“I’ve had opportunities to do my own thing but this is a good place here with good people.”
When it comes to these sort of comments, it comes to no surprise that Kennedy has been drawn into commenting on the possibility of Howe being the next manager.
However, the interesting part maybe Kennedy’s suggestion that he is in no rush to pursue his career as a manager himself.
There has been some suggestion that Kennedy could in fact be part of Howe’s new set-up at the club going forward into next season.
The next few months could be big for the current interim boss, whether he moves on to become a manager in his own right or continues to be part of the backroom staff here