According to reports in Scotland, Liverpool starlet Dani Pacheco is a summer target for interim Celtic boss Neil Lennon. The Scottish club apparently want to take the young Spaniard on a season long loan deal to give the attacking midfielder a chance of first team football in the SPL. The player has been watched at previous reserve games by Celtic scouts and could be seen as an important target as Celtic look to rebuild after a disappointing season under Tony Mowbray. Interim manager Lennon is hoping his performance as boss between now and the end of the season will be enough for him to get the job permanently, and is already looking at potential targets to strengthen the squad if such an eventuality arises. Pacheco would certainly take the SPL by storm if he was allowed to go out on loan but Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez may want to keep him as he increases his involvement in first team affairs. Pacheco has already impressed for Liverpool, playing an important role in the first leg of the Europa League tie against Unirea Urziceni, coming on as a second half substitute to head across goal for David Ngog to score the winner. No doubt such performances have stirred up interest from Celtic but would such a loan move benefit the young Spaniard?