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Trusted source provides update on Celtic’s Haksabanovic link

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Celtic are reported to be monitoring the situation between Sead Haksabanovic and Rubin Kazan. 

The Swedish born winger is looking for a way out of the Russian club but it seems that Rubin would prefer a season long loan rather than a permanent move. 

With two weeks left before the main summer transfer window closes in Europe the stakes are rising in the game of brinksmanship with all of the signs suggesting that there is a keenness between the player and Celtic to make the move happen. 

Swedish publisher Sport Bladet broke the news of fresh moves on Wednesday morning, picking up on them last night Football Scotland reported: 

Celtic are monitoring Sead Haksabanovic as they look to bolster their attacking options. 

The Hoops have kept an eye on the Rubin Kazan winger and have had him watched a number of times with a view to potentially swooping for his services. Football Scotland understands that the Scottish champions have looked at the Swedish playmaker as an option this summer with European football in the Champions League guaranteed. The player, 23, is believed to be interested in the move and there have been rumours of a transfer fee being reduced to accommodate Haksabanovic and his desire to leave. 

Mark Hendry seems to have discovered a very reliable source of Celtic transfer information after breaking the news of interest in Alexandro Bernabei. 

Celtic appear to be well covered in the wide positions but wary of last season’s injury problems and the glut of fixtures before and after the World Cup break Ange Postecoglou seems keen to bring in other attacking options. 

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  • Pan says:

    Here is a thought.
    UEFA insists on punishing clubs like Celtic and others for political flags etc and say that there should be no politics in football. This seems to be HYPOCRISY and ARROGANCE at its very worst. It seems to me that UEFA are indulging in politics by banning clubs for a situation which governments are responsible for – nobody else. So UEFA now regard themselves as our moral guardians, but the thoughts of ordinary people are to be ignored.
    Just a thought,

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