Neil Lennon considers Kevin Doyle Celtic bid
Neil Lennon has fuelled speculation that Celtic will make another bid for Wolves striker Kevin Doyle after he hailed the striker as an “ideal foil” for his current crop of forwards.
• Neil Lennon praises Wolves striker Kevin Doyle as “class act”
• Celtic may line up second bid for Republic of Ireland international in summer
The Celtic manager also called the Republic of Ireland international “a class act” as he spoke about the benefits the 29-year-old would bring to Parkhead.
Doyle was a loan target for Celtic in January before Wolves pulled out of the deal.
“I’m a big admirer of Kevin. You need to look at the overall performance and what you want from him. I just felt he could make us better. We might have given him a lease of life.
“It’s not just the goals he brings, he’s never been prolific. He is that all-round type of centre-forward that I really like.
“I feel Kevin would be an ideal foil for the likes of Gary Hooper and Anthony Stokes.”
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