Dill, his loan spell will have ended and no signs of it being renewed.Last month there were reports that he was wanting a switch to the Dutch league to try to develop there. Such a shame as he has amazing skill. His 20 minute cameo at Dundee was breath-taking and he could have really been a big impact player for us until that awful injury. Good luck to the guy, and hopefully he will recover to become the star he had the potential to be.Is Daniel Arzani, still with us ?
Would hope so, as the Bhoy deserves a shot this season
Having watched highlights of the reserves, we have some great talent coming through the ranks
Young Oko -Flex, Dembele, and Welsh, have all impressed, and got some minutes in, with the first team
Well, wonder who the next big name rumour will be
Early last season, Ryan Fraser was constantly championed as being the best in-form player outside of the big 6 teams. His work-rate was immense and he racked up a fair amount of assists and goal chances for his team-mates. He was a great buy for your Fantasy Football team too! He was being strongly linked with a move to Liverpool at the time as he really suited their high-tempo, high pressing fast interplay as well as being able to run at defenders and dribble. As Bournemouth struggled then his form did dip but he continued to graft. He can also take a kicking, which he'd need if he were to return to Scotland.
Much as I'd like him to come to Parkhead, he is out with our budget and some ambitious mid-table EPL side will probably offer him double the wages we could afford even if we made him our top-paid player. There is a BUT though - he has suffered a couple of bad injuries on plastic pitches and once agreed with the manager to miss a game for Scotland when we were due to play on one.
I suspect this will be one of those "Celtic miss out on..." negative headlines the Laptop Loyal love to print after a speculative (or even non-existant) enquiry.