Celtic are reportedly considering a Premier League transfer raid to find their new No1.

Brendan Rodgers will be looking for a new goalkeeper in the summer with Joe Hart retiring at the end of the season.

The former England stopper signed off his final league outing for Celtic in the 3-2 win over St Mirren in the Scottish Premiership on Saturday. 

Hart will play once more for Celtic before retiring with the Scottish Cup Final 2024 taking place this weekend.

Celtic still have Benji Siegrist and Scott Bain on their books but it appears likely a recruitment drive for a new No1 will take place in the off-season.

Parkhead chiefs have already been credited with an interest in Southampton's Alex McCarthy.

And now, the club have been linked with a transfer window move for Burnley goalie Ari Muric.

Muric, 25, has emerged as a possible replacement candidate for Celtic, that's according to The Scottish Sun.

The shot-stopper - who has played for Kosovo at international level - featured just 14 times for Burnley this season.

Muric was not first-choice for the most-part of the season but played the final 10 league fixtures for Vincent Kompany's side.

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The former Manchester City goalkeeper had been a key figure in the Burnley team that won the Championship last season but dropped to the bench after James Trafford's £19m arrival at Turf Moor.

On his decision to retire, Hart commented: "I got to a point, I had a very good 20s, my football was really good but then I struggled a bit in terms of my place. Then I got this opportunity which I couldn't turn down.

"But I didn't know how it was going to play out, I wanted to commit for the three years and give everything. I got to a point in my life where I was potentially on the way out and got another opportunity. I don't want to push that luck, I want to finish strong, in a special place, in a special club.

"That's just me - it's my time to move aside and let someone else have some fun. It's definitely not physical, I feel fine.

"But I felt like this was the right moment. I felt really uncomfortable knowing but not telling the manager or the lads. I wanted to say it, and for everyone to understand that I was doing it and make sure I worked hard and was at my peak when I finished."