Date: 22nd July 2019 at 6:01pm
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According to Italian outlet Calcio Buzz – via the Daily Record, Celtic are looking to snap up free agent Andrea Bertolacci this summer after his release from AC Milan.

It has been a rather quiet transfer window for the Bhoys so far and though we have made a few signings it is clear that we need to add to our side.

Bertolacci could be a part of any recruitment we do in the final weeks of the window, then, though it remains to be seen exactly whether it comes off or not.

Bertolacci was let go by Italian giants Milan at the end of last season and he has since been without a club but it is clear that he is capable of playing at a very high level.

He’s been at Genoa and Roma during his time as a footballer and clearly has plenty of experience of being right at the sharp end.

He’d be an impressive signing, but it remains to be seen if we can get him in on a free.


4 Replies to “Celtic linked with bargain move for player with impressive CV”

  • If he can still play at a high level and stuff he’s still getting called up for the Italian squad or he would be getting picked for it if he played enough first off shame on AC Milan for letting him go and second off if he is that good shame on us if we pass this opportunity up ask him to sign a deal for play as you play a certain amount paid if your genuinely injured

  • Bargain basement cheap has hell. Yes he will be an ideal signing for my tight fisted club. We have little aspiration at all. We may if we are lucky get through this round of the Champions League but I wouldn’t bet on it. We have no chance against Cluj or Tel Aviv. not with these less than mediocre signings.
    I am pretty sure all Scottish Clubs will not fair well in Europe again this year.

  • Same old same old.. I say again I wasn’t that happy bringing neil, acl in again but it is what it is and we mustb100% support the guy but he is not being supported at board level yet again.. Ffs fingers oot the tin and get on with putting that manky mob across the water to the sword once and for all

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