Angus Gunn Celtic transfer chances rated after Scotland Euros 'improvement'

The suggestion of Angus Gunn moving to Celtic this summer has been rated as a possibility.

The Hoops are still on the lookout for a replacement for Joe Hart between the sticks having not signed anyone despite a whole host of shotstoppers being on their radar. One that has been loosely mentioned is the Scotland number one, who just missed out on the Premier League with Norwich in the play-offs.

That could be a factor as you'd think a successful promotion would have placed the 28-year-old out of reach for the Hoops. And when quizzed on whether he sees it as a goer, the former Celts striker refused to rule it in or out, but admitted he could see it potentially happening.

Despite not being impressed by Gunn's display against Germany at the Euros, McInally thought he improved in the following two games.

Speaking to Betfair, he said: "Angus Gunn to Celtic? Maybe, maybe, because Joe's retired now. I don't think he played well against Germany. I really don't. I think he picked up though and I think he recovered against Switzerland and Hungary, for sure.

"But I thought he was at fault for the first goal against Germany and I thought he could have done better in a couple of instances. And certainly, as a goalkeeper, you have to be powerful and strong and you also have to be reliable for the guys in front of you. You need to know that we've got someone behind us that's just rock steady and consistently good.

"Would Celtic sign him? I don't know. I think Celtic would go for it. It's a good question. And I don't know if he’s got a connection with Celtic. I don't know. It's a hard one to answer. At the moment in time, he's probably happy where he is, at Norwich City, where his dad was, of course."