I think Celtic always have been serious about their transfer business despite what happened last summer. There was negativity there because of what happened with John McGinn, but people seemed to forget that they broke the transfer record as well.

Some of the criticism was a bit unfair, but they certainly don’t seem to be hanging about this time, and want to let it be known to the fanbase that they mean business.

As well as the David Turnbull bid, the interest in Christopher Jullien is intriguing. He certainly has the physical presence, and the French market is one that Celtic have exploited well in the past.

Talk of a potential bid of £10m coming from Celtic, which would break the transfer record for the second summer in-a-row, is a reflection on how important this season is with nine-in-a-row up for grabs, as well as the fact that they want to back the new manager.

The team definitely needs freshened up a bit, and they recognise that.