According to Football Insider, Celtic player Marian Shved is reportedly surplus to requirements at the club, and they will tell him to explore new options in the summer transfer window.
Football Insider also understand that the 22 year-old also would like to move in the summer, but he does not mind whether it is on loan, or on a permanent transfer.
Ever since his £1.89 million move to the Hoops in January 2019 from Karpaty, per Transfermarkt, the winger has struggled to play for the club, who have clearly seen him in training and deemed him not good enough.
Even though the Ukrainian has one Scottish Premiership title to his name, he has only featured three times in total, scoring once in Champions League qualifying.
It seems like the Celts made a risky signing by buying a player who was playing in the Ukrainian first division. Sometimes buying a player from such a league pays off, but it clearly hasn’t done so with Shved. Even though he is still young, it would probably be best both for the player in terms of confidence and also the club if he was shipped out in the summer.
Celtic could hopefully recoup some of the money, and look to strengthen elsewhere instead of keeping a player on the books who they clearly don’t rate.
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