Neil Lennon in the dark about Celtic’s latest bid for Charlton’s Alfie Doughty

Scottish champions in the hunt for left-sided player

Alfie Doughty in action for Charlton Athletic against West Ham United.
Alfie Doughty in action for Charlton Athletic against West Ham United.

Neil Lennon has admitted he is in the dark about Celtic’s latest bid for Charlton’s Alfie Doughty.

The Scottish champions are in the market for a left-sided player the errant Boli Bolingoli was packed off to Turkey on loan.

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It has been a successful window so far for Lennon who has managed to bring in Vasilis Barkas, Albian Ajeti and Shane Duffy.

The 20-year-old Doughty has been identified by Celtic as a potential target, but Charlton have thus far been unmoved by offers, with reports suggesting the latest bid from the Parkhead side was around the £1m mark.

Lennon did not give any indication that the pursuit of the player will be successful.

“I don’t know, I don’t know,” he said. “I couldn’t tell you what the situation is with that.”

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