CELTIC boss Neil Lennon reckons there 'might be good value for money' in this summer's transfer window as he targets Saints duo Fraser Forster and Moi Elyounoussi.

The pair spent last season on loan in Scotland and Lennon has made it clear he wants to see them stay for the 2020/21 campaign.

Celtic were handed their league title in a row after it was decided to curtail the Scottish season.

And looking ahead to the transfer window, Lennon reiterated his desire to land Forster and Elyounoussi.

"Everyone will start from the same position but there are always deals to be done," Lennon told the Scottish Sun.

"Every club in Europe will be impacted by this one way or another. We will have to cut our cloth accordingly and see what is out there.

"There might be good value for money, or free transfers or loans.

"If we can get Mohamed Elyounoussi and Fraser Forster back that wouldn’t take too much integration.

"Boys like Jullien, Taylor and Frimpong have had a season here now as well."