The management of Celtic wants to take the manager of West Ham David Moyes. This was announced by the media in Scotland. The "Clover" performed very poorly this season, handing over the title to city rival Rangers, and before that they were ingloriously eliminated from the Champions League by Ferencvaros.
The team is currently led by interim manager John F. Kennedy, who led the team after Neil Lennon left. However, Celtic bosses are not impressed with Kennedy's work and do not intend to offer him a permanent contract.
For this reason, they are already looking for a person to take over the team and bring it back to the top of the standings. That's why they chose Moyes, who is a great leader at West Ham, and under his leadership the "hammers" chase the places eligible to participate in European tournaments.
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