Celtic are now officially out of Champions League group stage contention as they failed to make it past the third qualifying round of the competition.
The Hoops have drafted in a number of players so far this summer and could look to bring more in before the deadline in just under a couple of weeks’ time. And, it’s clear to see that there’re improvements to be had after failing to reach the Champions League group stages and losing to Hearts in the Scottish Premiership.
Interestingly, Brendan Rodgers has other problems to tackle as a couple of his current first team members don’t seem to have a future at the club, so a summer transfer window exit seems suitable.
Indeed, one player in particular just hasn’t been able to secure a regular place in the side since joining the club and looks set to miss out this season.
So, it’s hard to believe Rodgers hasn’t shifted this Celtic flop yet…
Scott Allan, who is currently valued at £540k (by Transfermarkt), has been sent out on loan three times since joining the Hoops back in 2015 as he continues to be brushed aside at Parkhead.
The Scottish club already have a number of central midfielders at their disposal and could look to bring in another before the transfer deadline.
So, Celtic should avoid sending him out on loan again by offloading him on a permanent deal this summer as he is already 26 years old, so it’s not as if he’s in his younger years anymore.