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Celtic would make massive statement if they brought £10.8m-rated England man to Scotland

The Celtic fans in the Transfer Tavern are delighted by their double treble victory but although they’re dominant in Scotland, they’re still overmatched in European competitions, something the fans desperately want to change. 

As everyone is well aware by now, Celtic have continued their domestic dominance by completing a stupendous double treble-winning season, something which goes unprecedented. Celtic’s true ambition though, as good as winning domestic cups is, is to contend with the worlds biggest teams in the Champions League. One player who could re-vitalise his career with a move to Scotland is Manchester City’s Joe Hart, who is valued at £10.8 million on Transfermarkt.

Although his last two seasons have been nothing short of disastrous, Hart is still more than capable of being a good shot-stopper for a side like Celtic. Even though Hart will be known for his awful errors whilst at West Ham this season, the Englishman still performed well very at times, saving West Ham points in games like Crystal Palace away for example.

Celtic still have top shot-stopper Craig Gordon as their number one but at the tender age of 35, he isn’t getting any younger unfortunately. Joe Hart whilst being 31-years-old still deserves to be given a chance at a club like Celtic, with the rewards for both parties brilliant if he could perform well.

Hart has experience and leadership in abundance, he is a winner that could match Celtic players mentality coming of the back of a double treble-winning couple of seasons and finally he wouldn’t cost Celtic a great deal seeing as his stock has plummeted over the last few years.

Thoughts, is Joe Hart still capable enough to play for a team like Celtic?

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