Celtic star Liel Abada is said to be eyeing an exit from Parkhead this summer, according to Maccabi Petah Tikva club president Avi Luzon, as reported by One Sport

The 21-year-old winger started his career at Maccabi Petah Tivka and now his former club president has claimed that Abada could be set for a big move in the summer transfer window. 

Speaking to One Sport, Luzon stated: “I believe he will be sold in the summer to the Premier League. There were talks already in the last window, but he didn’t want to be sold.

“They offered him a contract extension and I know he didn’t agree, because he wants to be sold. I don’t know the names of teams, but there are offers and I believe at a probability level of over 90% that he will move to the Premier League in the summer.”

Abada has enjoyed another successful campaign for the Celts, registering 12 goals and seven assists in 41 appearances across all competitions, as per Transfermarkt

Nevertheless, just 17 of his 41 outings have been from the start, which has sparked previous rumours in media circles over frustration from Abada at his lack of minutes. 

The youngster has been a brilliant addition to this Celtic side since joining in the summer of 2021 for a fee in the region of £3.5 million. Ange Postecoglou has fielded Abada on 95 occasions, with his faith being repaid to the tune of 27 goals and 18 assists in total. 

Whether he does indeed move on or decide to stay at Celtic for the foreseeable future, Abada is a shining example of positive recruitment and is likely to net the club a considerable fee seeing as he is under contract in Glasgow until 2026