According to several reports in Romania, Scottish giants Celtic Football Club are already making moves in the hunt for head coach Neil Lennon’s replacement and have identified Gheorghe Hagi as a potential target for their mission.

Former Real Madrid Galatasaray and Barcelona player Hagi has been touted as the man to replace the current joss after the club has slipped up in the title race this season following a run of poor performances. According to the report, Hagi is currently in Scotland, and in fact, watched the Celtic vs Rangers game last Saturday but was there to watch his son IanisHagi who helped Rangers defeat Celtic at Ibrox.

Following the pressure that is currently piled heavily on boss Neil Lennon, Hagi has been earmarked to be the next target that Celtic look to appoint to help steer the club back to the glory it was once known for.

Celtic are currently 19 massive points behind table-toppers Rangers whose hopes of winning a tenth straight league title almost up in flames after suffering a mixed start to the current campaign.

Hagi has also attracted interest from a host of clubs in Italy and is looking highly unlikely to take up the Celtic role. However, after leaving the managerial position at Vitorul Constants last year, he admitted that he would indeed love the idea of going back into management. Hagi said in an interview that he loves to coach and that there is a huge chance that he will return to coaching someday. He narrated how he started his career from the scratch, and how he loves challenges. Be added that while he wants a coaching job, he still wants to try out new challenges.