CELTIC are set to lose out in their bid to re-sign goalkeeper David Marshall, according to reports.

The Scotland internationalist is on his way out of Wigan after the English Championship club entered administration and started slashing their wage bill.

Marshall, 35, came through the youth system at Parkhead before leaving for Norwich in 2007 and was reportedly a target for Neil Lennon after Fraser Forster's Southampton loan expired.

But according to the Scottish Sun, Stoke boss Michael O'Neill has made his move for the shot stopper - with Celtic still dragging their feet.

Lennon must now "act quickly or risk losing out", the Sun say.