Celtic are considering an approach for Blackburn Rovers boss Paul Lambert at the end of the season, according to the Daily Mirror.
The Scotsman only moved to Ewood Park in November 2015, penning a two-and-a-half-year deal, though has recently hinted he could leave at the end of the campaign.
It was claimed that the former Borussia Dortmund midfielder was concerned as to the direction the club has heading under their owners.
Star striker Jordan Rhodes was sold over the course of the January transfer window and it is thought the former Aston Villa and Norwich boss is seeking a larger level of input from the boardroom.
Now, the Bhoys are reportedly considering a move for their former midfield stalwart, who played for them between 1997 and 2005.
A fans’ favourite in Glasgow, the ex-Scotland international won four league titles with the Hoops, as well as reaching the UEFA Cup final in 2003.
It was announced yesterday that Ronny Deila will be leaving his role in charge in the wake of their Old Firm loss to Rangers in the Scottish Cup semi-finals.
Leeds United boss Steve Evans has also been mooted as a potential target over the course of the summer.
Rovers are currently languishing in mid-table, just nine points off the drop zone with three games remaining.
While relegation is clearly unlikely, their clash at home to Bristol City will be a nervy one as they bid to confirm their status.
Has Lambert done enough to rid himself of his Villa reputation? Is he right to have grown frustrated with Blackburn?