Celtic have demonstrated a great eye for potential since Ange Postecoglou arrived. The manager is regarded to be behind the last three transfer windows. The club deserves respect for believing in him when he was an unknown in European football and had never coached a top-flight team on the continent.
Jota, Kyogo, Reo Hatate, Cameron Carter-Vickers, Giorgos Giakoumakis, Liel Abada, and others were discovered by Postecoglou. And they’ll want to keep improving.
Oscar Gloukh, 18, has impressed at Maccabi Tel Aviv and has been linked to Celtic. He’s valued at £8 million. The Celtics’ chances of signing him have been dashed.
Maccabi Tel Aviv have initiated a push to extend Gloukh’s term until at least 2025, and “the parties are anticipated to shortly get down on figures and a contract to try to achieve an agreement.” The youngster is reportedly enjoying himself at Maccabi Tel Aviv and is “in no haste to flee overseas”
Celtic have signed Israeli youth before. Instance: Abada.
They made a similar deal with Nir Bitton, who had a long career at Celtic.
Bitton presently plays for Maccabi Tel Aviv, and one hopes he has good things to say about Celtic.
If the Hoops can sign Gloukh, he may be a tremendous addition. His contract runs through 2023.