O`NEILL TO REVIEW KEEPING SITUATION
By Adam Marshall
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Neil Lennon and Matt Elliott are two obvious candidates, but planetfootball.com understands that the former Leicester boss is set to review the goalkeeping situation at the Glasgow club.
Two names will certainly be suggested as possible targets - Kasey Keller and Mark Crossley. Both have strong links with O`Neill and would probably jump at the chance of playing for one of the biggest clubs in the world.
United States star Keller made a fantastic start to his career in Spain with Rayo Vallecano, after arriving on a free transfer from Leicester. However, he lost his place and looks set to depart in the summer, with Arsenal also reportedly interested in the player.
Welsh international Crossley was poised to move to Filbert Street on a Bosman transfer before O`Neill decided to end his successful association with The Foxes. That move is now on hold, although it still appeals to the Nottingham Forest man, who was hoping to stay in the area.
However, both names will undoubtedly be on O`Neill`s mind when he plans his overhaul at Parkhead during the close season. With the former European Cup winner working for BBC television at Euro 2000, he will also be able to monitor other targets first hand.