Former Glasgow Rangers midfielder Ciaran Dickson has been pictured holding a rival club’s shirt ahead of a shock potential transfer.
The Lowdown: Dickson departs Ibrox
It looked like he could be on the move to Burnley in the Premier League earlier in the summer, but it seems there has been a late development.
The Latest: Dickson holds Celtic shirt
Glasgow Live have shared a story involving the future of the 19-year-old.
They have included a photo of Dickson at Celtic Park holding a shirt of Rangers’ fierce rivals (with his name and number on the back) in an apparent signing image ahead of a potential move across the city.
The Verdict: Shocking move
This is a shocking move – it is no secret that there is a strong divide between Rangers and Celtic in Glasgow, and it is not often that a player makes the switch across the city. Liam Burt is another who has done it in more recent years but it is a rare occurrence.
Should Rangers have kept Dickson?
It is surprising in the first place that Dickson departed Rangers – he was called “terrific” by Steven Gerrard after he was given his debut last November (via Rangers News) – but he clearly wanted to seek pastures new. It looks like he has not travelled far to find them.
In other news, this man is said to be considering his future at Ibrox.
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