CELTIC guaranteed Champions League group stage football with their Scottish Premiership triumph.

And already the intrigue from the support has shifted to the summer with loan deals ending and inevitable transfer business in and out of Celtic Park.

Cameron Carter-Vickers and Jota are two major players who leave Celtic after their loan stint, however the club are thought to hold buy clauses in the deals for the pair.

Here's your latest Celtic news...

Cameron Carter-Vickers transfer latest

EVERTON and Fulham have joined the transfer race to sign Cameron Carter-Vickers, according to reports.

The Tottenham defender has spent the season on loan at Celtic and the Hoops have an option in his deal to make the move permanent.

Carter-Vickers was one of the top performers for Ange Postecoglou's side as they landed the Scottish Premiership trophy.

And according to MLS Next Pro writer Larry Henry Jr, he is now attracting interest from the Premier League.

READ MORE: Cameron Carter-Vickers transfer latest as Premier League duo join race for signature if Celtic miss out

Daizen Maeda permanent Celtic move confirmed

DAIZEN MAEDA insists he wants to continue challenging himself after the Japanese forward’s loan deal with the Parkhead club was made permanent. 

The 24-year-old arrived in the January transfer window from Yokohama F. Marinos in his homeland and made a quick impression in the starting XI. 

Maeda’s relentless pressing quickly endeared him to the Celtic support and the winger provided eight goals and five assists in 22 appearances for Ange Postecoglou’s side. 

Yokohama F. Marinos confirmed on Monday morning that the permanent transfer has now gone through and Maeda hopes to build on the Premiership triumph he and his team-mates achieved this season. 

READ MORE: Daizen Maeda's permanent Celtic transfer confirmed as striker moves to Glasgow from Yokohama F. Marinos

Ange Postecoglou Champions League one-liner

ANGE POSTECOGLOU insists he will not compromise on his tactical principles when Celtic are playing against some of the continent's big hitters in the Champions League next season.

The Parkhead club have qualified for the group stages of Europe's top club competition after sealing the Premiership title in the Greek-Australian's first campaign in Scotland.

The 56-year-old has introduced a particular way of playing to his team where the players are encouraged to approach games in a forward-thinking and positive manner.

And Postecoglou insists that Celtic will not attempt to 'park the bus' when competing against a superior opponent.

When asked if he would be tempted to play more defensively against difficult opponents in the Champions League by Australian outlet Stan Sports Football, he replied: "I've never owned a bus, mate.

"I'm sure there'll be - as there has in my whole career - people telling me I need to adjust my approach and temper my aggression.

READ MORE: Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou delivers cheeky Champions League response