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Celtic have shown their interest in England international David James and are keen to sign him according to Lennon. Lennon has Pole Lukasz Zaluska and American Dominic Cervi but wants a major figure to compensate for the loss of Boruc, who has left for Fiorentina.

"We are still a long way off and it's early days in terms of negotiation," said the Celtic manager.

James' former club Portsmouth have withdrawn an offer they made in May.

The 39-year-old goalkeeper made 138 appearances for Pompey and, according to club administrator Andrew Andronikou, wanted to be their player-manager.

However, Steve Cotterill was appointed to the Portsmouth hot seat and the Fratton Park side have decided to withdraw the offer they made to their keeper after he failed to commit his future to them.