Celtic warns topsign targetVinícius Souzathat he is not ready to wait indefinitely for his decision to move to Glasgow. did.
A 23-year-old Brazilian is currently training at his parent clubManchester Cityand is thinking about his next move after spending two years in Belgian football. .. Citigroup owns 60% of its players and has a close relationship with Celtic bossAnge Postecoglouand former club CEO Peter Lawwell to deal with Scottish champions. I am enthusiastic about promoting it.
Since the end of last season, Postecoglou has been in talks as a physical executor's house to strengthen midfield options, but Sousa's agents have talked with Schalke and many European outfits. Fenerbahce and Real Betis all thought they were considering a huge offer to their men. And since the clock is already ticking until the beginning of the next season, Record Sport urges Celtic to put his card on the table now. I understand that.
They are terribly needed in the territory of the team where the ex-Rommel and Mechelen guys struggled to deal with the Rangers midfield attack between the last two Old Farm Derby of the season. I believe in adding a bite. Postecoglou also believes that Souza's presence could make a big difference in the Champions League campaign next season.
But Celtic thought in 2019 they had a similar deal to take Brazil's Douglas Luiz from Etihad just for the player's agent to take him to Aston Villa instead. Sometimes he burned his finger. And the Parkhead boss is waiting for Sousa to make a decision, so this time he's determined not to be left in the fuss again.
A source close to the negotiations confirmed last night said:
"If Souza (or his agent) isn't ready to commit, the club is an area of the team that the manager wants to deal with as an urgent issue, so you just have to look elsewhere. Yes. Souza is perfectly compliant with the bill when it comes to what's needed, but he's not the only option. "