Dedryck Boyata has resumed training with the Celtic first team, according to a report in the Daily Mail.
The defender has been through a dramatic fortnight following Celtic’s decision to reject a £9m bid from Fulham that saw his agent Jacques Lichtenstein throw his toys out of the pram.
According to the Daily Mail:
Dedryck Boyata came in from the cold to train with Celtic on Monday – after attempting to patch up his differences with his team-mates.
After Brendan Rodgers stated that Boyata wasn’t injured it seemed certain that the 27-year-old would never play again for Celtic.
At the end of last week Boyata trained with the Celtic youth squad but on Saturday Rodgers opened the door for a first team return explaining that an apology was needed to his team-mates.
Now all eyes will be on the Celtic squad that flies to Lithuania on Wednesday to see if Boyata is included.
It still seems likely that the former Manchester City defender will be on the move before the transfer window closes but there looks like being some awkward days before the end of August.