Dermot Desmond ready to make major changes at Celtic

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After two fantastic years under the management of Ange Postecoglou, during which time it had looked like the club were changing their ways, things seem to be back to normal with the Australian having left for Tottenham Hotspur in the summer. He was replaced by Brendan Rodgers in the Parkhead hot seat but he has struggled to replicate the success of his first stint so far.

A lot of fingers have been pointed towards the board as well. The club's transfer activity in recent times has been worrying to say the least.

They have rarely gone out and brought in proven players, even on loan. Instead, it looks like they are completely focused on making 'project' signings, in hopes that things work and they can bring in significant transfer fees in the future.

Unfortunately for Celtic, that strategy has not worked out at all over the past two seasons. They have made a lot of signings but not one standout one. And that has allowed the Rangers to not only catch up but ovetake them in the league title race. It is clear that it is time to ring in some changes.

Dermot Desmond ready to make major changes at Celtic

Celtic fans might not be the only ones looking for changes. Dermot Desmond might have the same view as well. Roger Paul Mitchell wrote on Twitter:

"For some reason I get to hear stuff about Scottish football, even here.

I was told by 2 different sources that DD is going to have a total clear-out of the Board and Csuite. He’s had enough they said.

I have no idea if this is true but I hope it is. We all love this club."

It remains to be seen if the information is accurate or not. If it is then we could see some major changes take place at Celtic Park over the coming months.

To be honest, it might be about time as well. Celtic are a club who have underachieved for many years considering their size. Just look at what FC Copenhagen have been able to do in Europe this season. Even the Rangers have been better on the continental stage for a while now.