Even their own reporters don’t think that Celtic fans should be getting ‘a little twitchy’ over the lack of transfer activity at the champions.
So far Odin Thiago Holm and Marco Tilio have been added to the squad with just under four weeks to go until the start of the season.
After four very active transfer windows that have transformed the squad all three domestic trophies are back inside Celtic Park.
Brendan Rodgers has inherited a squad of over 20 players that requires minimal adjustments with perhaps two or three starters to be brought in.
The need for stability was underlined last week when Kyogo Furuhashi and Daizen Maeda signed extended contracts.
With no matches being played it would be convenient for newspapers to have new signings to interview and discuss but through recent successes there is absolutely no need for wholesale change at Celtic.
Despite the evidence in the trophy room that Daily Record opted to ask their Monday Morning Jury:
Are Celtic fans right to get a little twitchy at the lack of big name arrivals so far this summer?
David McCarthy: Ange Postecoglou’s departure was always going to slow down the process but I don’t see any need to panic. Celtic will bring in good players and keeping their best player, Kyogo, in the building is a brilliant piece of business.
Fraser Wilson: Not really. There’s plenty of time yet and I would expect Brendan Rodgers to land at least one big signing especially off the back of the Jota fee. Celtic are in good shape and getting key men like Kyogo signed on new deals was a smart move.
Andy Newport: Bringing in a new boss was always going to cause a bit of disruption to their recruitment work but Brendan Rodgers has inherited a Treble-winning squad and has time on his hands with millions to spend. Once he works out what’s needed, he’ll make his move.
The timescale for new Celtic signings is clearly being kept secret, until the new faces are presented the Daily Record will just have to hold fire.