Chris Sutton has told the Daily Record podcast that Celtic should consider the signing of Wigan Athletic goalkeeper David Marshall – but bringing the Glasgow-born stopper back to Parkhead should not be a priority.
Marshall, 35, is one of a number of Wigan players being linked with the exit door after the Latics were forced to administration and relegated into League One. An appeal this week failed.
Scotland international Marshall came through the ranks at Celtic but after just 28 senior appearances for the Hoops, Marshall left for Norwich City. He has since played for Cardiff City and Hull, as well as Wigan.
With 12 months left on the veteran stopper’s contract, Celtic have been linked and Marshall even told the Scottish Sun this week:”Of course it would [appeal to me].” Sutton has backed a move, though it is not a priority.