Ange Postecoglou could return to Scotland in pre-season.

It's reported the former Celtic boss could head back north with his Tottenham side ahead of the 2024/25 season.

Football London reporter Alasdair Gold has revealed Spurs could play a match in Scotland ahead of a trip to Asia in pre-season.

The Premier League club are set to play three matches in Asia this summer but could kick-start preparations in Scotland.

However, there is no indication whether Spurs would face a Scottish team or a club from elsewhere but with the match in Scotland.

Should a pre-season date be arranged in Scotland then it would see Postecoglou back north after leaving Celtic for Spurs.

"Understand Spurs could potentially play a pre-season friendly in Scotland ahead of their three-game Asia tour this summer as Ange Postecoglou gets his squad ready for next season."

On his Parkhead departure, Postecoglou said: “I would like to sincerely thank everyone at the Club for everything they have given me. In particular, Dermot, Peter and Michael and the Celtic Board have shown me tremendous support in every aspect of my time at Celtic and I will forever be grateful for this.

"They brought me to the Club and I have worked so closely and so well with them for the past two years, I will always have a special relationship with them.

“They wanted me to extend my time at Celtic and while I am so respectful and understanding of their position, a new opportunity has been presented to me and it is one which I wanted to explore.

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“It was an honour to be asked to be Celtic manager and during my two years I have given everything I have to deliver success to our supporters. Culminating in the Treble at the weekend, my players and backroom team have been brilliant for me on this journey.

"They have given us all some fantastic moments through their energy and effort, creating real quality, winning football.

“Our supporters have been magnificent to me and I thank them for the way they have embraced me during the past two years. My ambition was always to give our fans a team they could be proud of, a team people talked about and I think we have achieved that.

“Celtic is a phenomenal football club, and so much more - and I will forever be a supporter of this great institution. I wish everyone connected with Celtic nothing but continued success.”