The Fraser Forster deal to Celtic is far from over but it appears that if the player does make the switch, it will be on a permanent deal.
Earlier this week, it was reported Forster was sticking around at St Mary’s next season but it has emerged the goalkeeper is open to a move to Celtic but only if a permanent deal can be reached.
The goalkeeper was in top form for the club last season, it’s gone so well the majority of the support want to see Fraser back. While Moi signed on another loan, Fraser is in a different place in his career and wants his long term future sorted.
Speaking about the potential of players moving on this summer, Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl has told SunSport the decision in Fraser hasn’t been made yet but will be looked at in the near future.
“We have not decided what we do next season with our plans in this direction.
“Of our loan players, some did a very good job and it’s also clear that loan players don’t want to go again on loan.
“Normally they want to go permanently somewhere and we will find the right solution for every player in the summer.
“When the right moment is to discuss it, then we do it.”
Celtic don’t have the luxury of time when it comes to getting players in. The league kicks off in a months time and European qualifiers shortly after. The club need to sort out the goalkeeping position as soon as possible.