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Celtic: Anthony Jospeh drops Sead Haksabanovic latest

Celtic: Anthony Jospeh drops Sead Haksabanovic latest -Celtic News

Celtic are in the final stages of an agreement for Rubin Kazan winger Sead Haksabanovic, Sky Sports journalist Anthony Joseph reports in the last 48 hours.

The Lowdown: Haksabanovic links

On Thursday, a report emerged claiming that the Scottish Premiership giants were in the process of opening talks with the Russian club over a potential deal for the Montenegro international.

At just 23-years-old, the forward player has a wealth of experience – he has amassed 184 senior appearances to date, adding a further 28 national team caps to his name.

Since arriving at Rubin Kazan last summer, Haksabanovic has scored once and assisted four times in 23 appearances for the club.

The Latest: Joseph’s news…

After initially revealing the Hoops as one of the four clubs interested in Haksabanovic, who Kazan are willing to sell, Joseph has shared an update on the potential move.

Taking to Twitter on Friday night, he said:

“UPDATE: Celtic are tonight close to agreeing a deal with Rubin Kazan for winger Sead Haksabanovic.”

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The Verdict: Great addition

The arrival of Haksabanovic at Celtic Park would provide manager Ange Postecoglou with an alternative option in the final third, allowing for more regular rotation throughout the side’s busy domestic and continental campaign.

According to Jan Jonsson, the man who gave Haksabanovic his debut aged just 15 when he was at Halmstads in Sweden, the 23-year-old was “a diamond” in their academy system, having risen to prominence following the publicity surrounding his debut.

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Jonsson has claimed “Celtic would be the perfect club for him”, as “it’s a big club … [which] would really suit his strengths.”

Having averaged two key passes and 1.5 dribbles per game for his country in World Cup qualifying, the winger would certainly add quality and creativity to Postecoglou’s squad, who will be aiming for the Premiership title again this season.


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