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Celtic: Kyogo Furuhashi spotted at Lennoxtown

Celtic: Kyogo Furuhashi spotted at Lennoxtown -Celtic News

Celtic forward Kyogo Furuhashi has been spotted in a behind the scenes training clip, The Daily Record report. 

The Lowdown: ‘Nowhere’ near return

Furuhashi has played just 15 minutes of Premiership action in Celtic’s last 14 league games due to a hamstring injury.

Ange Postecoglou admitted towards the end of February that the striker was ‘nowhere’ near a return, whereas David Turnbull was almost back in training.

Turnbull has now returned to full training at Lennoxtown this week along with Jota after he missed the win against Dundee United in what is a timely double boost, and it seems as if things are getting better and better for the Hoops.

The Latest: Blink and you’ll miss it

The Daily Record shared images from Celtic’s official Instagram page, where they focused on right-back Josip Juranovic.

Eagled-eyed viewers spotted Furuhashi in the background training on his own, with the forward having a ball at his feet.

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The Verdict: After the international break?

Journalist Mark Guidi suggested earlier this month that Furuhashi could return at the beginning of April, and it seems as if this may well be the case following the official images of him in training.

Celtic have a Parkhead clash with Ross County to navigate prior to the international break, which will give the forward more time to recover ahead of the trip to Ibrox on April 3.

Seeing the forward back out on the grass at Lennoxtown is unexpected, however, it is a huge boost knowing their top scorer could be weeks away from a return.

In other news: BBC Radio 5 Live man hits out at Celtic player after penning Parkhead deal worth whopping £2.9m. 

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