Celtic currently sit in 3rd place in the Scottish Premier League, behind leaders Hibernian and Hearts, and despite there only being a 3-point deficit, fans find themselves in the peculiar situation where they’re not storming ahead of their opponents already.
To help return the league to relative normality, here are two players we believe should be brought in…
With Olivier Ntcham performances in the midfield position being inconsistent, it’s entirely possible that Brendan Rogers may be looking elsewhere to help sure up the centre of the park.
Scottish international Scott McTominay has struggled to establish a place in the United team of late as Mourinho looks to his old guard in an attempt to change the Manchester club’s fortunes.
A few spells in defence would suggest that the Portuguese manager is still very much focused on developing McTominay as a player, but finding it difficult to fit him in his natural position.
We believe that it would be far more beneficial for McTominay to be released on loan for a short period of time to keep up momentum.
The Welsh international is another player who looks fit to occupy a place in the Celtic squad. He’s versatile in his positioning and can operate in the centre of midfield, and at the back should he be required. A perfect fit considering that Boyata looks set to leave in the near future.
It’s also worth noting that the Welshman is an incredibly physical player (see his challenge on Ramos), who commands space well, and uses an exceptional footballing brain to outsmart opponents at every opportunity.Like what the TT have on offer? Sign up for more notifications!