Fraser Forster is still to agree personal terms to complete a deal that will see him move from Newcastle to Celtic on a permanent basis. The two clubs have agreed a fee of £2m for the keeper who has spent the last two seasons on loan with Celtic. Forster's agent, Mark Curtis, said: "I'll be meeting Fraser again on Friday. I'll speak to Peter Lawwell after we've had our meeting to tell him whether he's going to be coming or not. We'd like to get this sorted out one way or another in the next 10 days. Fraser wants to know what he's going to be doing next season." Meanwhile, Artur Boruc has reiterated his affection for the club, but does not see a return to Parkhead as sitting at the top of his list of things to do. The Pole, who is set to leave Serie A after two years in Florence, said: "When I think of Celtic I think of warmth and love. But at this moment I want to play in a better league and aim for the highest target. As for Celtic, though, I would always consider a proposal from them. I have enjoyed my time in Florence but it seems to me that this is not my league. I would like to go and play in a better one."