Celtic determined to keep Spurs, Norwich target Hooper, Wanyama

Celtic boss Neil Lennon insists he won't sell any of his players before next week's transfer deadline.

Celtic boss Neil Lennon insists he won't sell any of his players before next week's transfer deadline.

Gary Hooper has been the target of two bids from Norwich City which fell well below the Parkhead club’s valuation. Tottenham are also keen.

Victor Wanyama, meanwhile, has been linked with Manchester United following Sir Alex Ferguson’s presence at the 4-0 win over Dundee United on Tuesday night.

"The last thing we want to do is succumb to a bid on the last hour or last day of the window, which gives us no chance to get any business done," he said yesterday.

"But we’ve made it clear that we don’t want that to happen, and I’m pretty sure it won’t — regardless of the offers coming in. If players are hot property now, they will be hot property in June.

"I think things will hot up in the next three or four days — it normally does.

"The window will shut on Thursday at 11pm and we’re waiting for it to close. We may do a bit of business ourselves as we’re working on a few things."

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