Christopher Jullien pulls off sumptuous goal as Celtic begin training for next season

The Scottish Premiership is on the cusp of a return as Champions Celtic gear up their preparation for the new season.

Neil Lennon’s men have a massive campaign ahead as the Hoops aim to record themselves in the history books with an unprecedented 10th consecutive first division trophy.

The Irish manager has equaled the nine-in-a-row achievement of Jock Stein’s Celtic in the 1960s and 70s, and Rangers’ run from 1989-97.

The Celts faithful are now dreaming of a 10th, and the responsibility lies on Lennon’s shoulder to deliver it.

The training sessions have resumed with players allowed to go into full-contact training.

This week, the club headed south for a short pre-season camp at the Elite Athlete Centre in Loughborough.

Celtic recently shared a clip from their training camp featuring several first-team stars, including Odsonne Edouard, Callum McGregor, and Jeremie Frimpong.

Furthermore, a separate video from the same camp showcasing defender Christopher Jullien working on his finishing has been doing rounds amongst the Celtic fans.

The French centre-back unleashed a sumptuous mid-air back-heel to finish off a low cross past the keeper.

The Hoops will soon be off to France for a pre-season tournament. A good place to start if Jullien decides to showcase his skills up-front.