Neil Lennon reckons Celtic can match Liverpool for global appeal, but has dismissed the notion of them and Rangers ever being welcomed into the English Premier League.
The Glasgow duo upping sticks and heading south is a hypothetical that rears its head every few years, with an acceptance that it’s unlikely to ever happen.
Celtic and Rangers armed with the financial weapons that even midsize clubs south of the border now have in their arsenal is an intriguing thought when it comes to upsetting the status quo in the self styled "best league in the world." And while there’s no doubt both clubs appeal to a huge worldwide audience, Lennon sees no chance of them gatecrashing the billionaire’s playground that is the English top flight.
He told William Hill's No Tippy Tappy Football podcast: “Celtic are a massive club. Every week there are 60,000 fans inside Celtic Park, and Rangers are the same.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk