Celtic could be set to boost their attacking options with the arrival Tottenham Hotspur striker Robbie Keane, who is in talks about a pssible loan move according to a report from Sky Sports News.
The transfer window in Scotland is open until midnight tonight as opposed to closing at 5pm as it did in England, meaning that there is still plenty of time for a deal to be concluded.
Keane has been linked with a move away from White Hart Lane in the over the course of this season.
Sunderland and West Ham United were said to be looking to take the Republic of Ireland captain, 29, on a permanent basis as deadline day came to an end.
Celtic manager Tony Mowbray had ruled out a move for the player after being linked with him before Christmas, claiming that the Hoops could not afford the striker's wages.
However, it looks now as though Keane could be moving to the SPL in his search for the regular first-team football he craves.