Celtic have bossed things once again in Scotland as they remain on course for yet another treble.
The Hoops haven’t had to worry about the competition in the Scottish Premiership this season, but the Champions League has been a whole different story in recent years as they continue to struggle. Of course, the Glasgow club will need to strengthen in almost every area if they are to compete in Europe.
And, it appears as if they have their eye on a possible summer addition, as according to The Scottish Sun, Celtic are interested in signing Paris FC’s Silas Wamangituka.
Wamangituka has made a name for himself over in France this season, so here are the potential consequences of Celtic bringing him to Parkhead this summer…
CELTIC SECURE NEXT MOUSSA DEMBELE
Odsonne Edouard has impressed this season as the club’s main goal source at the pinnacle of the attack, but the Hoops have missed Moussa Dembele’s presence at times after filing to produce a consistent flow of goals in Europe.
However, they could secure their next Dembele if they manage to sign Wamangituka in the summer transfer window as they’re very similar players. Both of them look to make use of their pace and strength, as well as having the finishing ability to punish the opposition. Also, Dembele joined Celtic as a 19-year-old and Wamangituka is currently 19 years of age, so he’s at an identical point in his career, which could mean he develops into Celtic’s next big thing.
LAWWELL SPLASHES CASH
There’s nothing Celtic fans love more than seeing Peter Lawwell splash the cash in transfer windows.
Of course, signing an exciting player like Wamangituka will set you back a large amount of money, especially as he’s valued at £4.5 million (as per Scottish Sun). But, spending that amount of money would be worth it in the long run as he has all the ingredients to become a future star, and he has shown he can do a solid job in the present.
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