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Celtic round up: Eboue Kouassi set for Hoops exit, fans call for Alexandre Pato at Parkhead

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Celtic round up: Eboue Kouassi set for Hoops exit, fans call for Alexandre Pato at Parkhead

The latest news and gossip surrounding Celtic.

Eboue’s off

Ivorian midfielder Eboue Kouassi looks set to leave Parkhead this summer with a loan move being most likely, although the 20-year-old hasn’t ruled out a permanent deal, should an attractive suitor call for his services, according to reports from The Sun.

Eboue has made as few as nine starts for the Scottish champions since making his £3 million move from Russian outfit FC Krasnodar, and is now desperate to play more regularly.

However, with captain Scott Brown ever-present in the heart of the Hoops’ midfield, Eboue has found it extremely difficult to develop under Brendan Rodgers and he’s not willing to risk a repeat next term.

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Wishful thinking

Hoops fans have jumped on a cryptic Twitter message from ex-Milan striker Alexandre Pato, with some joking – and some actually believing – that he will join Rodgers’ outfit this summer.


The Brazilian posted a lone emoji of the shamrock on his page, and its close affiliation with Celtic – who’s badge contains a very similar flower – has led many to question his intentions, and whether the 28-year-old may be considering a move to Scotland.

Pato spent last term in China with Tianjin Quanjian and scored an impressive 20 goals in 30 games, and he would undoubtedly be a serious pull for Rodgers. However, a lengthy transfer saga is unlikely to begin with an emoji.

see the reaction here:

Sold Out!

Season tickets have officially sold out for the 2018/19 season in rapid time, and Celtic have expressed their gratitude for the fans’ support, on the official club website.

“We are delighted to announce that standard Season Tickets for the 2018/19 season are now officially sold out.

“A magnificent show of commitment from supporters has seen them snapping up Season Tickets in their thousands, ensuring their place at Paradise to watch Brendan Rodgers’ Double-Treble-winning team in action once again.”

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