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Celtic transfer targets in No.1 position of need rated as James Tavernier's Rangers future sparks debate – Monday Jury

CRAIG SWAN: Yes, but there has to be an acknowledgement that mistakes were made in Germany and those errors rectified.

GRAEME YOUNG: I’ll say no because even if Euro 2024 wasn’t such a flop, five years and two shots at a major tournament feels like a good innings for any boss, The clamour for Moyes is understandable but I would love someone to rock our world with a daring approach.

FRASER WILSON: The jury is certainly out now after that torrid 10 days in Germany. Clarke has enough credit in the bank to allow him to try and take us to the World Cup. But he needs to show he can shake this team up, inject the right amount of youth and produce alternative game plans to the one which failed to lay a glove on Germany and Hungary.

SCOTT BURNS: I still believe he can take the club forward but he has to learn from the mistakes. He needs to start rebuilding for the future and long-term. If he continues as he has then we have to look change because we will start to regress.

CRAIG: It’s hard just to pluck a name from across Europe. Of the ones mentioned so far, Newcastle’s Martin Dubravka seems a solid option.

GRAEME: Caoimhin Kelleher in a dream world but Martin Dubravka ticks a lot of boxes. Jack Butland has shown not featuring for Manchester United is no barometer of ability and the 35-year-old feels like a solid option in a post-Joe Hart world.

FRASER: They could go for a Martin Dubravka type signing that would follow in the mould of Joe Hart. But I’d love to see Angus Gunn make the step up to the Scottish Premiership and Champions League football. He’s a good age, can still get better and would potentially have a sell-on value too.

SCOTT: I would go for Danny Ward. He is tried and trusted in the league and is a man that Brendan