George Weah's Son Joins Celtic On Loan From PSG

George Weah's Son Joins Celtic On Loan From PSG

George Weah's Son Joins Celtic On Loan From PSG

With the quality of players they have, it's hard for him to get in and get any game time. In the 23 matches he played for IN this season, Gutman scored 11 goals and had nine assists. "You saw it with Ryan Christie, a ideal example of if you're not ready now you can go away on a good loan or a couple of loans and when you come back in and you get your opportunity you've got to take it".

Celtic lead Glasgow rivals Rangers only on goal difference at the top of the Scottish Premiership after losing the Old Firm derby 1-0 on December 29, but have a game in hand over Steven Gerrard's men.

He added: "He's played really well in games and played in other games when there's been pressure, so he's had to deal with all of that".

"So we're going to have a look at the two of them for seven or eight days".

But Rodgers insists Scotland pair Hendry and Morgan still have a future at the club despite limited first-team exposure in recent months.

Rodgers said: "It's just about time".

Rodgers said the 23-year-old has "clearly got potential" but that the 12 months since he signed from Dundee have "been a steep learning curve".

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Speaking ahead of Brisbane, Murray said "I still have some pain in my hip", but that "I'm in a better place than I was a few months ago".

"Sometimes that's just about getting games elsewhere".

"He's at that age when he needs to be playing for the continuation of his development". That's something we've spoken about and we'd be keen to do.

Weah wrote: 'Blessed and honoured to be joining this wonderful club on a 6 month loan deal. You saw a ideal example of it with Ryan Christie.

"That's about getting specialist help and lying low and focusing on the simple things in your life that will allow you to be better".

It's nice to see ex-footballers in the media actually talking up Celtic for a change, it seems all we hear is negativity.

Celtic are also chasing a long-term replacement for Mikael Lustig, with Olympiakos' Norwegian right-back Omar Elabdellaoui on a list of targets.

Atalanta, meanwhile, are refusing to sell Celtic target Timothy Castagne, the Belgian global right back.

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