Timo Weah has opened the door for a possible return to Celtic next season (The Scottish Sun).
The USA youngster is joining up with his country’s U20s ahead of the World Cup in Poland, which saw his contract terminated by Celtic.
His loan spell Parkhead is over, but the speedy 19-year-old may yet turn out in white and green again next term.
He said: “Coming back to Celtic is definitely an option. The manager situation doesn’t matter to me. It’s more about the club and me feeling comfortable here.
“If you know you have the opportunity to develop and get game time, that is the most important thing at this stage.
“I’m ambitious and want to be somewhere where I can break into the first-team.”
Weah added that there hasn’t yet been any talks, but The Scottish Sun report that the youngster has now been transfer-listed by Paris Saint-Germain.
Weah impressed in parts of his loan spell, making 17 appearances for the club.
He only started four games though, and it remains to be seen if Celtic actually want to bring him back.
The managerial situation needs resolving before transfers can happen.
If Neil Lennon remains in charge then Weah may not be back, as the Irishman never really favoured the teenager.
He is a nice option to have in a squad though, as his pace can cause all sorts of problems for tiring defences.