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Three Fringe Celtic Players Set To Part Ways From Parkhead: The Right Call From Lennon?

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Ayush Chaurasia
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Celtic have secured the signing of a centre forward in the form of Patryk Klimala. Ismaila Soro is also on his way to Parkhead. Celtic are also looking to ship players away in this window with Scott Sinclair already been sold to Preston after he had been ignored in the last six months.

Celtic are also on the verge of parting ways with three more fringe players. Eboue Kouassi, Lewis Morgan and Jack Hendry are seemingly on the verge of moving away (The Scottish Sun), and in this article, we look at whether the club is making the right call with them.

Lewis Morgan

Morgan was linked with a move away in November and Lennon had claimed that the winger would have a role to play for the Hoops this season. The manager had said, “We’re not in the mood to do that. He is an important part of the squad.”

However, Morgan is now on the verge of moving away to MLS club Inter Miami. The Scotsman failed to establish himself in the past few seasons at Parkhead. There was some hope when he was tried in a role upfront as a striker this season. Morgan had scored a good goal against Rennes in the Europa League, but after some average displays, it seems like Lennon has realised that Morgan wouldn’t be able to thrive for the Hoops. The departure of Morgan will now give more chances to the likes of Marian Shved and Daniel Arzani, two very exciting talents. We believe that it isn’t a wrong call from the Hoops to send him away in this window.

Jack Hendry

The three-time Scotland international is set to join Melbourne City FC who are English giants Manchester City’s franchise club. Hendry was seen as a significant talent, but he failed to convert his potential into strong performances on the pitch.

He seemingly had it all to his game to play for a team like Celtic, but Hendry turned out to be error-prone and often soft which led to him being sidelined from the first team. With Celtic having decent defensive options, Hendry’s departure is unlikely to be a loss for the Bhoys.

Eboue Kouassi

The midfielder was signed for £2.8m, and he was seen as a significant coup from Celtic. However, Kouassi never managed to establish himself for the Hoops. He was seen as a midfield disruptor and maybe if he had proved his worth then he could have been a long term replacement for Scott Brown. Still 22, Belgian heavyweights Genk are looking to take a punt on him in this window. Kouassi has struggled with injuries as well at Parkhead and Celtic are right in showing him the door with Ismaila Soro coming in.

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