As you can well imagine, there’s not really a lot to get the Celtic fans propping up the bar in the Transfer Tavern down right now as life under Brendan Rodgers continues to intrigue and excite in equal measure.
The Hoops in the bar have been absolutely delighted about their 24-game unbeaten run under his stead and believe the former Liverpool coach is bringing through a vibrant young side, one capable of challenging for years to come.
With talents coming through then, the Bhoys crowded around one corner of the venue aren’t exactly shocked to read reports from the Scottish Sun. They’ve claimed Scottish Championship side Dundee United are keen on making an ambitious move for Gary Mackay-Steven, who has struggled for game time at Parkhead.
He joined the SPFL champions from the Tangerines two years ago and has since failed to break into the first-team in Glasgow, though it’s fair to say he has been through some injury woe. With that in mind, Ray McKinnon is reportedly keen on offering him a short-term move back to Tannadice.
United trail leaders Hibernian by six points in the second-tier, who recently signed Kris Commons on a short-term loan deal from Celtic, and are said to keen on bringing the 26-year-old back to Tayside.
As excited as the Parkhead faithful were upon his arrival two years ago, they believe far more dynamic options have emerged ever since and wouldn’t be too fussed seeing him leave.
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