Celtic are relishing the opportunity to again win domestic titles as they look to assert their dominance in Scottish football even further this season.
After failing to qualify for the Champions League, (the first time they have failed to do so under Brendan Rodgers) Celtic are reliant on having another strong domestic campaign to satisfy their fans. Having won the treble in back-to-back seasons now, the joy and excitement of winning trophies in Scotland isn’t quite the same anymore but if they continue to better hated rivals Rangers, anything will do.
A player that Celtic should really be looking at signing to ensure their team is as best prepared as can be is Sunderland’s Didier Ndong – a player valued at £7.2 million on Transfermarkt.
The 24-year-old is set to leave the League One club in search of a more exciting challenge for himself and Celtic could provide exactly that. With the Hoops still in with a chance at Europa League qualification, the Gabon international can showcase his ability on a big European stage.
His time at Sunderland has been a disaster seeing as he personally didn’t live up to his £18 million price-tag as the Black Cats also went plummeting down the divisions. Having got back on track over the summer period, some of the clubs biggest earners like Didier Ndong should leave as it’s best for all concerned.
Celtic would be sure to bag themselves an energetic midfielder and one that isn’t afraid to put his foot in to break up an attack. Alongside midfield general Scott Brown, the two of them could make a formidable partnership and one that could lead the Hoops forward to great things this season.
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