Gordon has made mistakes from time to time, but there is no doubt that the Scotsman is the best goalkeeper at Celtic.
Brendan Rodgers’ Celtic side will reportedly have Craig Gordon back before the end of the season, according to reports.
The report is according to The Scottish Sun that claimed that Celtic No. 1 choice between the sticks will play against this season having been sidelined due to a medial ligament injury he suffered against Hibernian in the Scottish Premiership last month.
The report from the aforementioned source also adds that it’s likely to the Scotland international be fit and ready for action by April. The 35-year-old former Heart of Midlothian and Sunderland goalkeeper reportedly met a top London knee specialist recently.
Gordon’s reported back to action by April is a boos for the team, but is is bad for Scott Bain. The goalkeeper joined Celtic on loan from Dundee on January transfer window.
The former Aberdeen prospect was signed as a short-term replacement for Gordon, but it seems that he already has his work cut out in order to establish himself in the first team.
Dorus de Vries is a good goalkeeper, and Bain will have to work hard between now and April in order to impress manager Rodgers and earn a permanent contract, as he recently suggested to The Daily Record he wants to.