The Spartak Moscow winger will line up against his former club this evening as the two sides lock horns in the Champions League group stages.
It is sure to be a surreal occasion for the Irishman as he has so many great memoires with the Bhoys and one a number of Scottish Premier League trophies with them.
But, he has not ruled out heading back to Glasgow at some point in the future. He said: “When I left I always thought it would be good one day to go back to Celtic.
“Whether that’s now, next year or at the end of my career no one knows.”
McGeady was sold to the Russians back in 2010 and the SPL Champions managed to get £10 million for his services. However, fans at Celtic Park would surly love to welcome back one of their most talented players over recent years.
If they were able to land him for a much smaller transfer fee, then the Scottish club will feel as though they did a good bit of business.
It is certainly a story to keep an eye on and if the winger impresses this evening, then Celtic could make a move for him in January.