Celtic FC brought in Timothy Weah from PSG on a six-month loan deal during the January transfer window meaning the youngster will head back to Paris during the summer.
But there is every possibility that the centre-forward might return back to Celtic Park for the 2019-20 season.
The US international has so far played in 11 games scoring 3 goals but most of his appearances have come off the bench which forced many people to believe that the player would be returning back to Paris permanently.
But now reports are claiming that Celtic want to bring him back for the next season as Lennon believes the 19-year-old can play a key part in the first XI.
So far, Timothy Weah has impressed a number of people with his performances at Celtic and the manager believes the player will improve even further after a healthy pre-season.
The report claims that PSG as of now have no urge of bringing back Weah but the Parisian are not jumping into any decision right now.
The Ligue 1 club will only make a final call once the current season comes to an end but experts feel that Weah will most likely return back to Scotland for the next season.
Right now, Odsonne Edouard is the first choice striker for Celtic who also joined Celtic from PSG.
Celtic are reportedly looking to make a move for Paris FC forward Silas Wamangituka which might be a big blow for Timothy Weah and his future at the club.
If the Hoops are successful in bringing in the Ligue 2 sensation then surely Lennon will have an overload of centre-forwards meaning Weah might be sent back to PSG permanently during the summer transfer window.
Celtic beat Kilmarnock 1-0 this past weekend and next up the Hoops will take on Aberdeen at the Pittodrie Stadium.