BRENDAN RODGERS has been involved in a whirlwind SIXTEEN transfer deals since becoming Celtic boss in May.
Stefan Johansen became the sixth player to exit the Hoops on a permanent basis when he joined Fulham on Friday night while six are now on loan.
Goalkeeper Dorus de Vries, 35, became the Irishman’s fourth signing after quitting Nottingham Forest to agree a two-year deal.
He followed Scott Sinclair, 27, who switched from relegated Aston Villa, Moussa Dembele, 20, who arrived from Fulham in June, and thirty-five-year-old Ivorian central defender Kolo Toure, a free agent following his release from Liverpool in the summer.
Rodgers has spent £5.4million and brought in just over £3million.
Moussa Dembele (Fulham, £500,000)
Kolo Toure (Liverpool, free)
Scott Sinclair (Aston Villa, £4.5m)
Dorus de Vries (Nottingham Forest, £400,000)
Anthony Stokes (Blackburn Rovers, free)
Stefan Scepovic (Getafe, £1m)
Carlton Cole (free)
Colin Kazim-Richards (Coritiba, Brazil, free)
Darnell Fisher (Rotherham, undisclosed)
Stefan Johansen (Fulham, £2m)
Scott Allan (Rotherham)
Michael Duffy (Dundee)
Jamie Lindsay (Morton)
Fiacre Kelleher (Peterhead)
Paul McMullan (Dunfermline)
Joe Thomson (Dumbarton).
* Kristoffer Ajer also joined the Hoops this summer from Norwegian outfit FK Start, but his £800,000 deal had been arranged in January when Ronny Deila was still in charge.