Hamish Carton was joined by Tony Haggerty on Friday's edition of The Celtic Way's morning briefing for June 7, sponsored by MPH Group.

On today's show, the duo again spoke about Celtic lining up two big-money moves for Welsh international defender and Bournemouth centre-half Chris Mepham as well as Sparta Prague goalkeeper Peter Vindahl Jansen.

The 26-year-old defender who stands six feet three inches tall has been capped 46 times for Wales but has struggled to hold down a first-team place at the English Premier League side due to injuries and the form of Marco Senesi and Illia Zabarnyi.

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He was a target for Leeds and Sheffield United in the January window but is now heading into the final 12 months of his contract at the Vitality Stadium. Mepham would command a fee in the region of £8 million.

Meanwhile, Vindahl who has been earmarked as a replacement for Joe Hart, signed for Sparta Prague for a fee of £3 million back in March after impressing on a loan spell from AZ Alkmaar last season. The six feet four inches tall goalkeeper helped Sparta to a domestic league and cup double as in the Czech Republic as they made it back-to-back titles.

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