Bad news as Celtic could lose star man this month

Celtic wonder kid Moussa Dembele is set to be considering a move out of Celtic park. The French youngster wants to participate in the FIFA world in Russia later this year. With the arrays of talents coming out of France at the moment, a place on the plane in the French national team especially in the attack will be very competitive.

To actualize this dream, the 20-year-old is seeking a move to a top league where he will be seen play every week which might instigate the press and fans to want him on the plane and ultimately impress the coach.

After signing for Celtic from Fulham in the summer of 2016, Dembele has impressed lot and has caught the attention of several premier league clubs with the kind of talent posses.

In other to catch the attention of Les Blues boss, Didier Deschamps, a move is likely imminent this transfer window. The premier league is the most likely destination with Crystal Palace keen on bringing him to Selhurst park. Brighton are also interested in his services with a fee of around £20m quoted to be enough for Celtic to let him go.

All lies on Celtic to decide if they are willing to let go of their star man at the right price or wait till end of the season when they can get a replacement. Whichever side Dembele joins, he will definitely be a boost to the team attacking prowess.

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  1. Well Liam just too let u know France have already picked there squad for WC and guess what the big man isn’t in it he will be at celtin next season,as with your many articles ie Tom Rogic more home work needef

    1. Apologies mate. This article has already been published since December. It’s popped out of the blog unknowingly and we are working on taking it down very soon. Dembele is really a great option for us and I don’t see him leaving Celtic Park anytime soon. Cheers mate!

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