German manager Michael Kollner linked with Celtic for permanent manager job
The Hoops dealt with a major blow after Brendan Rodgers sought an exit to the Premier league midway through the season.
Yet, Neil Lennon, who was appointed the interim manager, didn’t disappoint the Hoops fans as he led his side to a series of victories.
However, regardless of his brilliant run, the club still mulls over Lennon’s future in Glasgow.
Kollner is the latest one on the wishlist as the Hoops have made contact with the former Nurnberg manager.
The 49-year-old was sacked earlier this year after failing to produce desired results for the German outfit. Initially, he managed Nurnberg’s reserves side before getting a promotion to the first-team.
The German gaffer commenced his managerial career with FC Bayern Hof and later managed Greuther Furth’s U-17 side.
Meanwhile, the Bhoys chiefs have informed Lennon that winning a domestic treble will never decide his future.
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The Hoops beat Hearts 2-1 in the Scottish Cup final today at Hampden Park.