Manchester United and Juventus are reportedly eyeing a move to sign Celtic shot stopper Vincent Angelini. This is according to the publication from Stretty News. It was revealed that the two former Champions League winners are plotting a move for the 17-year-old Celtic shot stopper. Manchester United are well stocked in the goalkeeping department at the Theatre of Dreams with the quartet of David De Gea, Dean Henderson, Lee Grant and Sergio Romero though the long-term future of Grant and Romero has not been resolved.

The Red Devils are constantly looking to improve the pool of the young players at the club and the addition of Celtic starlet Vincent Angelini will do just that. For Juventus, they have two very good goalkeepers in Gianlugi Buffon and WoijcechSzczesny. Just like Manchester United, Juventus are also targeting the expansion of the pool of young players at the club. Continue reading “MAN UNITED, JUVENTUS EYEING CELTIC STARLET”


Since the turn of January, the transfer window has opened across Europe for teams to start their transfer businesses in terms of arrivals and departures as they look to build a stronger team ahead of the second half of the season. Some teams like Celtic have been quiet so far this season but with the Scottish side enduring a poor season so far, they may yet decide to go into the market and see if they can bring in some new faces to the team.

Three players have been touted as the potential acquisitions the club will look to make this window and even though January just started, they could well handle their transfer activities as early as possible.



Many Celtic fans have kept their reactions coming in since head coach Neil Lennon provided some key updates ahead of their next league fixture.

Part of the updates provided was on Jeremie Frimpong whose updates were released on social media following a briefing. Frimpong was in action for Celtic on Thursday night as the Scottish side welcomed French outfit Lille in their final Europa League group stage match.

Celtic and Aberdeen Shared 6 Goals to Draw

The Scottish Premier League has heated up as Celtic has drawn their battle against Aberdeen. Both the teams scored 3 goals on behalf of them till the 90th minute but the match became a thriller. The match kept tilting towards both the sides whenever they scored a goal. This one point became very important to each of the teams as Celtic is now in the 2nd position of the league table and is dreaming to touch Rangers who are at the top of the table with 32 points. Celtic started their journey to the well but suddenly lost the winning habit and lost their previous match.

As everyone was expecting Celtic to win the game against Aberdeen, they also put all their efforts to snatch the match from Celtic. But at last, both of the team’s efforts were not enough to beat the other and the match finished with a draw with 3 goals to each. Continue reading “Celtic and Aberdeen Shared 6 Goals to Draw”

Klimala And Bayo Can Be Great Help For Celtic, says Sutton


Neil Lennon can make good use of the two January transfers, Patryk Klimala and Vakoun Issouf Bayo says former footballer Chris Sutton. In the pre-season, everyone talks about the transfer window and the possibilitiesof who would be leaving and arriving at the club. For Lennon, these two players can help himas the transfer budget for this year will be scarce due to COVID19 pandemic.

Celtic has spent a reasonable amount on the Polish footballer Patryk Klimala and he seems like a promising player who can make an impact on the team. Klimala cannot be a replacement for either Odsonne Edouard or Leigh Griffith. These two are great influential players of the Scottish club.
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Fraser Forster keen on a deal with Hearts

According to the reports of Football Insider,Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Fors teris interested in signing a deal with the Scottish club Hearts. It seems like they will be losing another goalkeeper. His contract at Celtic has come to an endand his future currently is uncertain. Even though he was offered an extension at the club he denied it.

The reports suggest that he is willing to move to Hearts as they have offered the first-team opportunity for the player. They have offered the deal for two years and there are discussions on moving to the coaching. If Gordon chooses to move to Hearts then Celtic will not be having many options on goalkeeping.
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Celtic not keen on sellingOdsonne Edouard


Erling Haaland is most likely to leave the Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund and he may join Real Madrid in this summer. Dortmund is meanwhile looking forthe potential that can replace Haaland’s position in the team. And they have found the person who can be a good player to the team amidst the missing presence of Haaland.

Celtic striker Odsonne Edouard is their target but other Premier League teams like Newcastle United and Arsenal have shown interest. They are concerned about the absence of the Norwegian footballer in their team but it doesn’t stop them from discussing a deal with is the Celtic striker.
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Racing president backs Lautaro Martinez to join Barcelona

Racing president Victor Blanco has backed Lautaro Martinez to make the move to the Camp Nou d during the summer transfer window. The Argentina international joined Inter Milan from Racing a couple of years ago and he has since contributed 26 goals and five assists across all competitions for the Serie A side.

His performances have definitely caught the attention of Barcelona, who are said to be planning a successor for Luis Suarez. In a recent interview, Victor said that Martinez would become a starter in no time, should he make the move to the Catalan giants. He added that the Argentine may not rush his decision and will take his time before pursuing a bigger challenge.
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Roger Mitchell unsure whether the Scottish season will be completed

Former SPFL chief executive Roger Mitchell is unsure whether the Scottish Premiership season till reach its conclusion following the suspension to the coronavirus pandemic. Celtic made significant strides towards a nine-straight league title between January and mid-March but their procession to the trophy has been delayed with the untimely break.

In an interview, Mitchell said that the Hoops are pretty much guaranteed the league title with their 13-point advantage over Rangers with nine games to play. Meanwhile, the Hearts are rooted to the bottom of the table with a six-point gap to safety and Mitchell believes the season should conclude with the present standings deemed as final.
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Kieran Tierney is close to making his return for Arsenal. Sidelined before Christmas with a dislocated shoulder sustained in the 3-1 win over West Ham United, the Scotland international’s slated return date was at some point next month. And it would appear that Tierney is keeping with this schedule.

Speaking ahead of the Gunners’ FA Cup fifth round clash against Portsmouth on Monday night, head coach Mikel Arteta has refused to say when Tierney will return to action.