Ange Postecoglou has no intention of using Celtic left-back Boli Bolingoli, according to The Athletic’s Kieran Devlin.
The Lowdown: Bolingoli’s summer
Bolingoli returned to Parkhead over the summer following a loan spell in Turkey with Istanbul Basaksehir.
The Belgian was linked with a return to Turkey with Altay SK back in June, however, he remained a Parkhead player beyond Tuesday’s deadline.
He posted a picture on Instagram prior to the 2021/22 campaign in Celtic colours ready for the new season with the caption ‘let’s go’. However, he hasn’t been used in a competitive match under Postecoglou, and it seems as if he isn’t in the Parkhead boss’ plans.
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The Latest: Devlin’s claim
The Athletic shared a story on Wednesday about some players who have been left high and dry after failing to secure a summer transfer.
Devlin contributed with a section on Bolingoli, claiming there is no intention in Glasgow to use him in the first team.
The Verdict: January exit?
With Postecoglou preferring Adam Montgomery and new right-back Josip Juranvoic on the left-hand side in Greg Taylor’s absence, it looks like a New Year exit for Bolingoli could be on the cards.
The Hoops may well be open to a loan or permanent deal for the 26-year-old, and should it be the latter, they could struggle to recoup the £3m fee they forked out for his services back in 2019, especially with his Transfermarkt valuation dropping to £1.98m.
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