Former Celtic player Vidar Riseth has actually advised Mohamed Elyounoussi to continue at Parkhead.
Once the loan offer ends,
The player is currently on loan at the Scottish club and he is anticipated to return to Southampton.
According To Daily Record, Riseth has actually talked to the winger about life at Parkhead and he thinks that Celtic would be the right club for him.
Riseth stated: “Mo would be a great signing forCeltic He’s a leading lad. He trains hard as he is figured out to be a much betterplayer It states a lot that he is still training at Lennoxtown instead of going back to Southampton.
” I consult with him a lot and we had a great chat when I remained in Glasgow previously this year. He is actually delighted at Celtic– he enjoys it. He had some hard times at Southampton. There were a couple of injuries and he wasn’t able to play as much as he would have actually liked.
“It was a big move when he went there and it was for a lot of money. But it didn’t quite work out how he would have wanted for whatever reason. You could see he was enjoying his football again when he went to Celtic. He was playing with a smile on his face. That is important for a player – that’s when you are at your best.”
It will be fascinating to see if Celtic make their move to sign Elyounoussi completely this summer.
The winger is not a key member of the Saints’ first-team squad and a permanent move to Celtic may be suitable for him. He might get more first-team possibilities at Parkhead.
The report declares Neil Lennon would enjoy to have the player next season. The Celtic manager has likewise validated the desire to sign the 25- year-old.
Celtic will be seeking to win their tenth league title in a row next year and they need to have the very best squadpossible If he remains at the club next season, Elyounoussi will add depth and quality to the side.
A couple of seasons back, the winger was valued at ₤16 m however Day-to-day Record think that he will cost less than that this summer.
It will be fascinating to see where the winger ends up prior to the start of the season.