West Bromwich Albion boss Tony Mowbray is back in favour for the vacant post at Celtic. Burnley manager Owen Coyle seemingly turned the job down at Parkhead which leaves the Baggies boss as a prime candidate.

The Glasgow club would have to pay the West Midlands club compensation of £1.5 million for Mowbray and his two assistants, Mark Venus and Peter Grant.

Mowbray served Celtic as a played in the 1990s and has previously managed Hibernian in the Scottish Premier League.