The case of Celtic under the tutelage of Brendan Rodgers hasn’t failed to impress anyone this season. The Bhoys have already clinched the Scottish Premiership title and the League Cup and are due to face Aberdeen in the final of the Scottish Cup. With a season filled with ecstasy, Celtic would be keen to maintain their domestic supremacy and would also be very keen to register a strong footing in the Champions League next season.
Rodgers would certainly want to take a dip in the summer transfer window to solidify his ranks with stupendous talents and given his tendency to work with the youngsters, the former Liverpool manager would be targeting promising starlets to meet his needs in the upcoming campaign. The Celts have been recently linked with Red Star Belgrade’s sensation, Srdan Plavsic, who has caught a lot of attention owing to his handsome performances this season.
Plavsic is a right winger who spent his youth career at Vojvodina, and then plied his trade at CSK Celarevo and Spartak Subotica. Despite being a player of a diminutive figure, the 21-year-old is acknowledged as one of the most fearsome attackers in Serbia and has two international caps to his name as well. He is nicknamed as the ‘Atomic Ant’ for being small and is fouled pretty often and for constructing himself as a player who loves to rattle the cages of the opposition’s defence in a blink of an eye.
The attacking midfielder possesses great tenacity and has raw pace running up and down his legs. He toils meticulously throughout the pitch with his exemplary work-rate, has a wide range of passing and knows how to stretch the defence to allow his teammates to penetrate into the box. Besides, Plavsic crosses very well, links himself up with the striker up front and frequently tests the opposition’s goalkeeper with his canon left-foot from the vicinity of the edge of the box.
The Serbian international, moreover, contributes towards the defensive aspects of his employers as well and has shown great maturity and confidence despite being a relatively young player. Although he might not be a finished product at this stroke of hour and might not have the experience of the Scottish football but with a move to the Celtic Park, under the guidance of someone like Rodgers, he can not only channelise himself in the right direction but can also venture in a new endeavour which would enable him to perform under a much more galvanizing limelight.
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