Their faces are familiar, but with Stuart Armstrong finally signing a contract extension and Patrick Roberts set to return from Manchester City for another loan spell, Celtic have done good business, apart from anything that the transfer window might yet yield.
According to BBC Sport, Armstrong is ready to sign a new contract with Celtic and extend his stay at the Glasgow giants.
"It tends to take a bit of time to get these sort of things sorted out".
"Stuart's a great player for us and a really good goal threat".
Armstrong, 25, was a key part of the Celtic side which won a domestic treble for the first time since 2001 under Brendan Rodgers last season. Last season, there were bids there [for me] and there was a possibility of going to England.
However, some were critical over Armstrong's handling of the contract situation, which has dragged on in recent weeks and months to bring uncertainty to Celtic. I just relayed what had happened in my situation, it was quite similar to his.More news: Merck CEO Resigns From American Manufacturing Council
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Despite seeing the decision as a boost to the squad, Gordon did not think it would end interest from other clubs and said there were no guarantees any player would stay if the right offer came in.
"He has shown it on every stage so far, whenever he has stepped up".
I do think now that you can expect to see the Armstrong of last season start to re-emerge.
Celtic goalkeeper Gordon has revealed what he has told the former Dundee United star regarding the speculation on his future. Then he stepped it up to the global level, and he has played Champions League. But it is good for him to get settled and concentrate on football.
"If he keeps playing the way has been playing I'm sure teams will be interested", he said.