Is this the best Celtic line-up now that the transfer window has closed - five newboys in the starting XI?

It has been far from a smooth transfer window for Celtic. Remember the David Turnbull saga?

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There have been question marks over the recruitment policy but Lennon strengthened in positions he wanted: goalkeeper, right-back, centre-back, left-back and out wide. In addition, the club brought in a number of youngsters who they rate highly. After a late flurry of additions we look at how the team could line up after the international break.

Neil Lennon noted the goalkeepers presence before the Old Firm game. He has that over Craig Gordon and is better than Scott Bain.

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The Israeli has been a solid recruit and provides a nice balance behind James Forrest.
7m signing and has shown in the last week or two, especially against Rangers, that he may well be a very, very good signing.
Thought to be the next player who will make Celtic a lot of money. Huge potential and provides useful driving runs from defence.
Proven domestically. Will need to work on the offensive side of his game but a good pick up after Kieran Tierneys departure
A key figure in Neil Lennons eyes. Was at his best against Rangers.
Arguably the best player in the league. Gives Celtic so much in the centre of the pitch.
A big game player for the club and constantly improving. Will score, assist and generally terrorise.
Lennon has tried different players on the left with Mikey Johnston impressing. But the Norwegian comes with a big reputation and plenty of talent.
One of the most creative players in the league. On top of that he provides plenty of off the ball work and energy.
The best striker at the club and a matchwinner.
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