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Celtic to deal in Mouyokolo

Celtic boss Neil Lennon has revealed he is set to offer Steven Mouyokolo a deal after impressing on trial.

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Steven Mouyokolo: Set to sign for Celtic

Steven Mouyokolo: Set to sign for Celtic

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The former Hull and Wolves defender has been on trial at Celtic and started in Wednesday's friendly defeat to Ukrainian side Sevastopol.

The 26-year-old has impressed Lennon and the club are ready to hand him a one-year deal at Celtic Park.

Lennon is just waiting for Mouyokolo's medical results before finalising the deal with the French defender having suffered a serious knee injury while on loan at Sochaux in 2012.

"We have liked Mouyokolo for a long time," Lennon told the Daily Record.

"He's had a few injury problems but has come on trial and impressed.

"Things have been agreed more or less. He's done a medical and we're just waiting on the reports coming back and if everything is OK, we'll go ahead with it."

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