Celtic secured their eighth league title in a row by beating Aberdeen at Pittodrie.
Celtic claimed their eighth Scottish Premiership in a row on Saturday and the bookies now have interim manager Neil Lennon the 8/11 favourite to be in charge for the first league game of next season.
Lennon won multiple trophies and steered the Bhoys to a historic win over Barcelona in the Champions League last time he was in charge, and has been warmly received by Celtic fans after Brendan Rodgers’ departure.
In all, 30% of bets in the last 24 hours have gone on Lennon to remain in charge and he is clear of David Moyes in second place, who is 5/2 and has attracted just 9% of total bets.
Moyes has long been rumoured with a return north of the border and has been out of a job since leaving West Ham last season. Rafa Benitez completes the top three at 5/1 and would surely be a shock appointment given the Spaniards stature in the game.
Oddschecker spokesperson George Elek: “Neil Lennon has done all he can to convince the Celtic board to give him the job again full-time. He gave Celtic the best Champions League memories of recent times and would surely feel hard done by if he doesn’t get confirmed for a second stint in the summer.”