Thursday, 8 August 2013

Celtic weighing up bid for Lazio target Marco Capuano

CELTIC are showing increasing interest in signing Italian wonderkid, Marco Capuano.

Italian wonderkid Marco Capuano
The 21-year-old has been drawing a lot of interest from Serie A clubs, including Lazio and Bologna.
And the Hoops are now ready to join the race, on the basis they qualify for the Champions League group stage.
Gianlucadimarzio claims the centre-back could make a move to the SPL, after suffering relegation from the Italian top-flight with Pescara.
They will face stiff competition from Bologna however, who are desperate to reinforce their backline before the start of the new term.
Marco Capuano in action for ItalyMarco Capuano in action for Italy
“Marco Capuano is a target for Celtic this summer”
Celtic are also looking to bring in a replacement for star striker Gary Hooper, who left for Norwich this summer.
Kevin Doyle is their main target and have already put forward a deal worth £500,000 which was dismissed by the League one side.
Kevin Doyle is another target for CelticKevin Doyle is another target for Celtic
But Wolves are keen to remove Doyle from the wage-bill but are determined to hold out for the right price.
And new boss Kenny Jackett reiterated the club's desire move the star on this week, telling the press: "In terms of Kevin, his wages are too high for League One.
"That's common knowledge and between now and the end of the window there will be interest in him."