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Charlie Adam fancies Lyle Taylor to make the move to Celtic this summer

Former Scotland midfielder Charlie Adam has said that he won’t be surprised if one of Celtic or Rangers make the move to sign Lyle Taylor. The 30-year-old’s current deal with Charlton Athletic expires on June 30 and he has no intention of extending his stay with the Addicks despite the delayed end to the season because of the coronavirus pandemic.


Celtic losing a number of star youngsters to European giants

Celticare set to lose a number of players from their youth academy. According to the report by Scottish Sun, Manchester City has been on discussion with the 16-year-old midfielder Josh Adam. He has been on the radar of City for a long time and now they have shown interest in signing him to the club.


Brown speaks on Odsonne Edouard link with Newcastle United

Former Premier League ace Michael Brown believes Newcastle United will need to change their style of play in order to provide more service for the strikers. The Magpies landed the signature of Joelinton in a club-record deal from Hoffenheim last summer but the Brazilian has struggled to make an impact with just one league goal from 25 appearances.

Celtic Keen to Sign Middlesbrough Youngster

Celtic is looking forward to making a deal with Middlesbrough’s young star player Calum Kavanagh, as per the report on Herald. Arsenal and Chelsea have shown interest in the young prodigy too.

But Celtic is always there to scoop up the young talents, like Luca Connell and Jonathan Afolabi to their team. Similarly, they hope to take Kavanagh by offering a good deal.

Virgil van Dijk heaps praise on Celtic manager Neil Lennon

Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk has heaped praise on Celtic manager Neil Lennon, who contributed towards his development into an elite footballer. The Dutchman was brought to the Hoops from Groningen in the summer of 2013 by Lennon and he spent two seasons with the Glasgow giants where he won three trophies.

Callum McGregor raves about Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi

Celtic midfielder Callum McGregor has said that Lionel Messi is the best opponent he has faced during his professional career. The Scotland international came against the six-time Ballon d’Or during the 2016 Champions League group stage and it was a tough experience with the Blaugrana winning

Lennon Reveals Desire to Stay at Celtic for the Long Haul

Neil Lennon has opened up on the situations that led to his exit from Celtic in the first spell. The boss decided to quit his role as Celtic manager in 2014. He had been in charge of the team for four years up until that point. There was a remarkable success for Celtic during this period, as the club picked up three league titles and two Scottish Cups. However, the desire to get a new challenge was quelled by Bolton, who also offered him a chance to get into English football. The move to English football turned sour very quickly, as he was sacked by Bolton.

Celtic Suffer a Shocking Loss against Livingston

Celtic suffered the first league defeat of the campaign after the team fell to a 2-0 loss against Livingston at the Tony Macaroni Arena. Scott Robinson scored just after half-time to break the deadlock, while Lyndon Dykes made the game safe for Livingston with a late second-half strike. This was the second successive week in which Celtic have dropped points after the team fell to a 1-1 draw against Hibernian in the previous game. Celtic struggled throughout the game and they also had Ryan Christie sent off in the first half.

Neil Lennon pleased to come up with a draw against Rennes

Celtic manager Neil Lennon has expressed his pleasure after the Hoops came up from behind to secure a 1-1 draw against Rennes on the road. The Hoops have been pitted in a tricky Europa League group alongside Rennes, CFR Cluj, and Lazio, and they need to be at their best in order to progress to the knockout stage of the competition.

McGinn drools over Kieran Tierney’s potential impact at Arsenal

Aston Villa midfielder John McGinn has backed country mate Kieran Tierney to become a crucial performer for Arsenal. The Scotland international was regularly touted to join the Gunners throughout the summer and he eventually made the move on deadline day after the north London side agreed to meet the £25m asking price outright.