Celtic are reported to be close to agreeing a new contract with Conor Hazard.
A week ago the 22-year-old was still waiting to make his first team debut but two matches later he appears to have gone from third to first choice for Neil Lennon.
Without a competitive outing since playing for Dundee in March, Hazard was thrown into the Celtic side that faced Lille and merged with credit following the 3-2 win.
Following that up with a clean sheet against Kilmarnock he is now in line to play in the Scottish Cup Final in just his third Celtic appearance.
Celtic are close to agreeing a new contract with goalkeeper Conor Hazard.@SkySportsNews understands the club want to tie him up on a long-term deal with a significant wage increase.
The Hoops will still assess goalkeeping options in next month’s transfer window.
— Anthony Joseph (@AnthonyRJoseph) December 15, 2020
Joseph has been on the ball for a number of Celtic stories this year and broke the news of interest in signing Albian Ajeti from West Ham.
Scott Bain and Vasilis Barkas had shared the goalkeeping duties this season but despite both being internationalists it looks like Hazard is the man in possession and close to signing a long term deal.