Celtic have made light work of securing domestic success again this season, something that looks destined to be repeated in the coming years as well. Glory, glory and all that.
Despite a managerial switch during the course of the season, the Hoops have maintained their focus and look set to achieve an unprecedented treble treble. What a wonderful time. Indeed, even with the competition from Rangers being a lot trickier on the whole, Celtic have simply been too good and with the right summer additions, they will only pull away from the chasing pack even more.
Well, they’ve not been that good as you fans will know, but winning a treble treble when you’re not playing well points to a great club.
Rumours tend to fly around Celtic Park as to who may arrive in the summer and the latest name to be mentioned is a very interesting one indeed – Silas Wamangituka.
Wamangituka, (who is valued at £450k on Transfermarkt) is a young forward that has really impressed in Ligue 2 this season, so much so, Neil Lennon has taken an active interest in scouting him, according to CalcioMercato late last month.
With nine goals and an assist, it’s easy to see why Celtic are interested in recruiting yet another French-based forward, given all the potential he has to offer. The 19-year-old is an out-and-out forward, one with great physicality and drive to make things happen for his team.
Oliver Burke and Timothy Weah wouldn’t be described as traditional strikers, whereas Silas Wamangituka definitely would.
Despite playing in Ligue 2, attention should instead be on the fact that this season, Wamangituka has jumped three divisions and still finds himself within the goals.
A move to Celtic would be huge for him at this early stage in his career but if he can replicate the impressive performances he has been putting in, the Hoops will only have more attacking flair.
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