Sol Campbell will not make any decision over a move to Celtic until Neil Lennon's future is resolved.
Arsenal defender still considering Celtic switch
Sol Campbell will not make any decision over a possible move to Celtic until the future of Neil Lennon is resolved.
The former England centre-back admitted last week he was 'seriously considering' a summer switch to Parkhead after his short-term deal with Arsenal expired.
Campbell held initial talks but is waiting to discover if the Hoops will hand their permanent manager's job to Lennon after an impressive spell as interim boss.
"I'm just waiting for Celtic to settle the situation with Neil," the 35-year-old told the Scottish Sun.
"When we last spoke, he was waiting to see if he was getting the job. I'd have to make a trip to Glasgow and have a look around, see what's happening. I will keep my options open.
"I'm not going to rush into anything."
Campbell, who is out of contract at Arsenal, has previously stated he would prefer to sign a new deal with the Gunners.
He added: "I am happy to wait and give Neil a chance and I will show respect to Arsenal and Celtic."