Ange Postecoglou has pronounced himself pleased by Celtic’s transfer business.
Cameron Carter-Vickers completed business late on Tuesday night, joining Jota and Georgios Giakoumakis as the Deadline Day deals. Odsonne Edouard, Ryan Christie and Leigh Griffiths left the club with an overall surplus created of over £10m.
The next four months will challenge the rebuilt squad with Postecoglou telling The Sun:
Everyone at the club has worked hard on making really good progress in this window and I am really pleased with the depth of quality we have managed to deliver.
I think the squad is in good shape for the challenges ahead and I look forward to get working as a unit with the whole squad together, as one, after the international break.
Celtic’s next match is in 10 days time when Ross County visit Glasgow, followed quickly by the Europa League group opener away to Real Betis.
With the window closed Celtic are expected to make structural changes. Peter Lawwell’s decision to retire in June and the departure of Head of Football Operations Nick Hammond in March has left a lack of leadership within the club that Postecoglou and McKay took on during the summer window.