Celtic’s forgotten man Marian Shved has been offered a chance to revive his career by moving out on loan and going back to Ukraine.

Shved has been offered a chance to move back to his own country and play first team football with Oleksandriya, when football is set to resume.

The winger moved to Celtic for £2 million just before former manager Brendan Rodgers walked out on the club. (source)

Since then he has not been able to make an impact and feature much in Lennon’s new regime.

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A loan move for Shved would be the best option and would allow the winger to get back to top form.

There were reports that Shved was finding it hard to adapt to life in Glasgow as he didn’t realise how big a club Celtic are.