Brendan Rodgers recently provided an update on Celtic's transfer business, declaring he was keen to add some more players before the window closes.

The Scottish champions have already signed Odin Thiago Holm, Marco Tilio, Yang Hyun-jun, Kwon Hyoek-kyu and Maik Nawrocki this summer.

However, the 50-year-old seems keen to continue to bolster the Hoops squad ahead of fighting on four fronts, both domestically and in Europe.

He said: " I think it was key for me to come in and assess things and give it time. There are clear positions that are priorities for us that we would like to improve on but I think the team and the squad were already in a really good position.

"I needed to assess the group over a period of time and I think over the course, we will look to improve the squad further.

"I think the best time to do that is when you have had success, as that success is a moving target.

"I think the challenges this year will be even greater so we have to make sure we can match those.

"I think the standards have been set over many years. That is the standard of Celtic, it is not just one season, it has probably been done in the last five or 10 years.

"Celtic as a club has high expectations and high standards are always set by any manager who comes into the club.

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Meanwhile, Carl Starfelt could be headed for the Celtic exit door, according to a report.

The defender has been linked with a move away from Parkhead.

The Scottish Sun claims that the Hoops hierarchy are braced for bids for the Swedish defender in the coming weeks ahead of the end of the transfer window.

The 28-year-old joined the club two years ago under Ange Postecoglou. He still has a further two years remaining on his deal.

He signed from Rubin Kazan in 2021 for a fee of around £4million.

Despite a shaky start to life in Glasgow, the centre half went on to play a key role in the back-to-back titles delivered under Postecoglou's tenure.

He missed the club's 1-1 draw against Wolves in Dublin last weekend after picking up a knock.

Although, he did recover in time to play 45 minutes in James Forrest's testimonial against Athletic Bilbao on Tuesday evening.

Join Aidan Macdonald and Alan Morrison as they discuss all this and more in the video below.