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“He’s a good player. Really good player” – Irish media report exciting Celtic transfer boost

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As Celtic continue to look for reinforcements in the back four, Vital Celtic reported last night  that the club are looking to make Cameron Carter Vickers loan move to Paradise permanent when the January transfer window opens.

With clear defensive issues needing addressed it seems as though there are plans in place for the Hoops to strengthen their left back position now that Greg Taylor is out after shoulder surgery.

The Irish Mirror has reported that Celtic are still hot on the trail of 58 cap, Republic of Ireland international Robbie Brady.

Brady was released by Barnsley in the summer and reports circulating last week suggested the Hoops were looking at the experienced winger, who can slot into the left back position, but it did look like English Championship side Swansea had stolen a march in the Parkhead club to capture his signature.

However the Mirror has reported an update that will alert Ange Postecoglou and may give the big Aussie gaffer a small nudge to make his move.

Swansea gaffer Russel Martin was asked about his interest in Brady and he said,  “I love Robbie as a guy. He’s brilliant. Fantastic player. Been in the Premier League for the last however long.

“But I haven’t spoken to him. I haven’t spoken to him for a while, being honest.

“So there’s nothing in that at the moment. He’s a good player. Really good player, but I just think we’ve got a lot of players at the moment, we just need to work out who’s going to fit in and who’s going to really be with us over a long period of time.

“If it was different timing, then I’d possibly be telling you that I’d be really interested in it, but at this moment in time, there’s nothing there.”

With no transfer fee involved and Brady being just 29 years old, this does seem like an attractive move for the Hoops to make.

Over to you Ange.

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