Next Celtic manager odds latest: Former Parkhead favourite emerges as candidate amongst big names from around England and Europe

Celtic are set for a major overhaul in the summer as they look to regroup with Rangers on the verge of stopping the ten in a row and wining the Scottish Premiership.

Which managers are in the running to replace Neil Lennon as Celtic boss? Picture: SNS

A number of loan players will depart with some of the club's star players likely to interest clubs from England and around Europe. There has been talk of a director of football being brought to the club, something talked up by former boss Brendan Rodgers.

John Kennedy, who worked under Rodgers and then Neil Lennon, is currently in interim charge and won his first game at the weekend, defeating Aberdeen 1-0 at Celtic Park.

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Many Celtic fans will be looking for a more prestigious name to be appointed and there have been some big names touted who will bring a variety of styles to the club.

The former Celtic player and aoch is assistant to Roberto Martinez with the Belgian national team. A popular pundit on Sportscene.

Scroll down and click through for the latest odds supplied by Betfair on the most likely candidates to replace Neil Lennon permanently.

The Manchester United legend and former Celtic midfielder is a pundit for Sky Sports. Has been assistant to Martin O'Neill at Nottingham Forest and Republic of Ireland recently.
O'Neill took over Stoke City after a hugely successful spell with Northern Ireland.
The Red Bull Salzburg boss is highly thought of. A former US international, he has managed Montreal Impact, New York Red Bulls and been assistant at RB Leipzig.
Currently without a team, the 67-year-old has had a nomadic managerial career. Spells in Japan, UAE, America as well as managing Real Madrid, South Africa, Iran, Portugal and most recently Colombia.
Had been part of Neil Lennon's coaching staff before stepping down to take a role in the Republic of Ireland set up under Stephen Kenny before stepping down earlier this year.
Hasn't had a managerial job since Southampton in 2018.
Hit the headlines recently by guiding Slavia Prague to a win over Leicester City in the Europa League and will face Rangers. Has won the Czech title the past two seasons.
Without a club after leaving Chinese Super League side Dalian Pro. Would fall into the huge name category that will excite fans.
The left-field candidate. Coaching at Manchester City after a spell as West Ham assistant. Had a glittering career, playing in Serie A and La Liga.
Had great success in his first spell as Celtic boss.
The former Parkhead ace's odds plummeted after he left Ipswich Town at the weekend.
The Chelsea legend was relieved of his duties at Stamford Bridge earlier in the season. Would make an interesting battle with Steven Gerrard.
The former Wigan and Everton boss is set to lead Belgium at the Euros this summer after guiding them to a third-place finish at the World Cup in 2018.
Guided Scotland to their first tournament since 1998.
Dyche has been in charge at Burnley since 2012 and is approaching 400 games.
The former centre-back has taken interim charge since Neil Lennon's departure and led the team to a 1-0 win over Aberdeen on Saturday.
Even before Lennon had left, Howe was a strong contender to be the next Celtic boss.