There is little doubt about the fact that Celtic has by far been the best team in Scotland. The Hoops have played some incredible attacking football and has swept away all the domestic trophies. They have won the league in an incredible fashion this season.
Celtic have just not won everything this season but have been dominating the domestic circuit for a long time now. The Hoops are the major powerhouse of Scotland, much like the way Bayern Munich is in Germany.
They have been playing some brilliant football for over decades and their players are worthy of the shirt. It is not easy to earn a Hoops jersey, let alone shine in one. In Scotland, playing for Celtic is possibly the highest level of professionalism for a footballer.
Under their current boss Brendan Rodgers, the Hoops have adopted a new style. Rodgers, the former Liverpool boss has been excellent and is in charge of Celtic here. The players are adapting to his philosophy of football and Rodgers has formed a young, attacking, energetic side at Celtic Park.
The situation got slightly complicated at the back end of January earlier this year. It was the last week of the transfer window and a situational error coupled with unfortunate injuries saw Celtic short of a single first-choice goalkeeper at the club.
The team was in dire need of a shot stopper and were struggling in the market to find anything. They were short of options and time with the market drawing to a close and had to settle for a domestic choice by bringing in Scott Bain, the custodian of Dundee. He was signed on loan and came in just before the market closed.
The 26-year-old has churned out some impressive performances for them in the last few months and has performed beyond expectation for the Hoops. He is set to return in the summer with his loan spell coming to an end. It is now being reported that his above standard performances have drawn the attention of domestic clubs like Hibernian and Hearts. He has also found suitors in the form of Bristol City.
The player will be out of contract this summer and can be chased by multiple clubs. Celtic should definitely try and keep him as he has proven to be a standard backup option at the club. Moreover, they would be getting him for free, a luring prospect these days in the inflated transfer market.