Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou remarked before the World Cup break he was all set for the January transfer window. The Australian revealed the pre-planning was so advanced the looming shutdown for Qatar would allow him the chance to get a step ahead for next summer.
The 57-year-old's 'never stop' mantra certainly isn't limited to the pitch as Postecoglou consistently seeks a signing edge to take his Celtic side to the next level.
The Parkhead manager prepped supporters at the club's recent AGM for exits of adored stars with Josip Juranovic's future uncertain amid unsuccessful contract talks and the imminent arrival of Canada international Alistair Johnston in a £3.5m deal.
The Montreal man will join Yuki Kobayashi - a left-sided central defender who joins from Vissel Kobe after signing a five-year deal at Parkhead.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk