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Scottish Premiership giant Celtic are already looking ahead after an impressive run this season.

They are on course for a treble and they remain focused on breaking more records before the year ends. The team has launched their kit for the next year and they are already making recruitment plans for the summer, according to reports.

Coach Brendan Rodgers has been linked with a move for John McGinn even though the now relegated English side Sunderland are also interested. McGinn could cost the champs £1.5 million but the Hoops’ boss rates the 22-year old player highly.

The Hibernian star helped his side lift the Championship and return to the Scottish top flight. The player still has two years of his deal but there are numerous interests.

English clubs want him but the former Reds boss could make a quick move to kill off competition. With Celtic set to push out Scott Allan and Kris Commons this summer, they are willing to do the work to get the Hibs star but rumours has it that their silent moves have been thwarted thus far.

On the other hand, Pedro Caixinha is reportedly drawing his own summer plans as well. The coach has said he is targeting real men with strong characters and the right mentality to move the club forward.

The Portuguese has been linked with Aberdeen player Kenny McLean and Norwich’s Graham Dorrans. Caixinha said he would now prefer to work with player he has dealt with before or players he sees play on a regular. He hints at consistency as the thing he wants from players and added that the Rangers was willing to invest in the team.