Celtic attacker Lewis Morgan will be allowed to leave Parkhead on loan in January.
According to the Scottish Sun, the 22-year-old is going to be granted a temporary exit after failing to make a serious impact in Brendan Rodgers’ squad during the first half of the season.
The report details that Scottish Premiership clubs Hibernian and St Mirren are both keen on a loan swoop for him.
Morgan has failed to score or assists in his 13 first-team appearances for Celtic this season, while he’s found competition for places extremely tough.
The left-winger is still a young talent developing his game and a loan in the second half of the season could be the making of him.
He is a promising Scotland international that is a great dribbler and showed last season for St Mirren in the Scottish Championship he is a goalscorer too, which is why he just needs to restore some confidence.
Morgan can take a lot of encouragement from the path that Celtic teammate Ryan Christie has taken in the last few years.
Christie, 23, struggled to make the grade initially when he first joined the Scottish giants in 2015 and ended up spending the entire of last season with Aberdeen.
The versatile midfielder ripped it up with Aberdeen and become a much better played, something that is now paying off for him
Christie is now a crucial part of Rodgers’ XI this term and Morgan should look to follow his example.