Date: 22nd January 2020 at 4:09pm
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has been pictured training with KRC .

The Ivorian hasn’t been involved with the first team since the League Cup semi-final win over Hearts in October 2018 when he suffered a cruciate ligament injury.

Kouassi has played in one reserve match this season with a move to Belgium giving him the opportunity to prove his fitness and get his career back on track.

HBVL reports:

Eboué Kouassi is striking at the training at Genk. The transfer of 22-year-old Ivorian from Celtic to Genk is not officially complete yet. But that is only a matter of details.

was responsible for signing Kouassi from Krasnodar in January 2017 but after arriving in Glasgow he was struck down by Malaria.

In July 2017 was signed for £4.5m from which further restricted Kouassi’ prospects of first team football.

The fee that Celtic paid in 2017 varies between £1.5m and £3m depending on the source that you use but with Ismaila Sori about to sign it is clear that his Celtic career is over.