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Celtic step up talks for fans plan

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are locked in talks with City Council over the return of supporters to Celtic Park.

In three weeks’ time the take on Midtjylland in a Champions League qualifier with a friendly at home to North End on July 17 likely to see back for the first time since March 2020.

Celtic completed their Season Ticket Renewal campaign last Friday with the club now working on data from looking to attend matches. Normally that would be a given but with so many regulations introduced over the last 18 months travel patterns have changed significantly.

The now allows 2,000 to attend matches with detailed plans required before permission can be granted for events to go ahead in front of bigger crowds.

Which players the will be watching remains something of a mystery with still to make his first signing.

Next week Celtic travel to a training camp in Wales with three matches arranged as the new boss starts to put his stamp on the club.

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