Celtic looks set to reward Scottish Premiership title-winning manager Ange Postecoglou with a bumper new deal.

The Aussie guided Celtic to the league crown in his first season in charge and less than a year since taking over the Parkhead reins from Neil Lennon.

Postecoglou initially signed a one-year rolling contract at the club but it seems that the Celtic hierarchy is keen to tie the 56-year-olf down to a longer-term deal.

Celtic winger James Forrest penned a contract extension that will keep him at Parkhead until the summer of 2025.

The 30-year-old racked up 32 appearances in all competitions this term.

Forrest is the fourth-most decorated player in the Glasgow club's history with 10 league titles, five Scottish Cups and five League Cups to his name.

Aussie midfielder Tom Rogic set social media alight last night with a cryptic Instagram post hinting that his time at the club could be over.

The Aussie ace shared ten highlight pictures from his time in Glasgow with a four-leaf clover as the caption.

One poignant image showed Rogic doing a clenched fist salute after scoring the winning goal for Brendan Rodgers's Invincible Celtic side in the Scottish Cup final in 2017.

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Meanwhile Celtic will bring the curtain down on a glorious domestic season with the Premiership trophy presentation at Celtic Park tomorrow as they entertain Motherwell hoping to stretch their unbeaten league run to 32 matches.

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Finally former Celtic skipper Scott Brown had landed his first role in management as the 36-year-old takes up the cudgels at Highbury Stadium with League One outfit Fleetwood Town.

Join Alison McConnell and Tony Haggerty in the video below as they discuss all the latest Celtic talking points.