Celtic are looking to land another goalkeeper before Thursday after Craig Gordon’s injury left Dorus de Vries as the only senior option available for the Hoops.
A £200,000 bid for Motherwell’s Trevor Carson has already been knocked back, and manager Brendan Rodgers is now looking to bring a goalie in from the English Premier League.
Arsenal’s Emiliano Martinez, Liverpool’s Adam Bogdan and Manchester City’s Joe Hart have all been linked with a Parkhead switch.
As per The Sun, Celtic have gotten in touch with the Gunners in order to bring Martinez to Scotland from his loan at La Liga club Getafe.
The chance to play in the Europa League is tempting to the 25-year-old, but the Spanish side will have to agree to cut short the deal.
Martinez has had impressive loan spells at Wolverhampton Wanderers and Rotherham United, but his being 3rd choice at the Emirates Stadium makes temporary exits a recurring act.
CQN magazine claims Celtic are also considering Bogdan and Hart.
The English goalie has lost his berth to Adrian at West Ham, and while he won’t be returning to Manchester City to cut short his loan spell, he could force an exit elsewhere with his World Cup spot on the line.
Red’s Bogdan, 30, is yet to taste first-team action since returning to full fitness after he damaged his cruciate ligament while on loan at Wigan last season, and could be allowed to leave on loan as he’s not even 3rd choice at Anfield.