The Celtic fans in the Transfer Tavern were delighted with the manner in which the club signed Marvin Compper quickly to kick the January transfer window off, though are slightly annoyed with the stalling of late. Eager to see Brendan Rodgers’ squad improved for an assault on the Champions League, the Bhoys in our bar are fairly bored due to the lack of activity.
With that in mind, at least reports from the Scottish Sun have provided our punters clad in green and white with something to talk about. Indeed, it’s just to do with a potential exit on the cards at Celtic Park.
According to their report, Scottish Championship side St Mirren are reportedly keen on a loan move for Hoops man, Mark Hill. The 19-year-old has regularly featured for Celtic’s developmental sides, impressing in big competitions, though is largely on the periphery of Rodgers’ current squad.
The Buddies recently sold Lewis Morgan to Celtic and understood to have remained in talks with them as they target a move for former Hamilton youngster, who can operate in either defence or midfield and our drinkers would love to see him handed a chance to develop his game.
Celtic’s academy has produced some pretty promising talents of late and Hill, if given the chance of regular first-team football soon, could follow suit. Clearly a talented player, a move to St Mirren may do him the world of good as they go for promotion back into the top flight.