With Celtic picking up the first trophy of the 2019/20 campaign as we took a 1-0 victory over Rangers in the Scottish League Cup Final, whilst we keep a weather eye on the Premiership and Europa League campaigns, plenty of fans are already turning their attentions to the January window with hopes that we strengthen further to keep our momentum going.
Manager Neil Lennon has been recently quoted by the Scottish Sun talking about our plans for the New Year and he clearly feels that the route we took with Odsonne Edouard continues to be the way forward, especially as it helps our owners push the boat out a little bit more on transfer fees.
As fans will know, the 21-year-old striker came in initially on a loan spell from Paris Saint-Germain and that gave him time to adjust to the club, settle in and start showing his best form and with that in the bank, we splashed out £9 odd million and the Frenchman hasn’t looked back.
“Odsonne was a bit of a slow burner in his first year on loan. But in his second season he was blossoming and towards the end of last season he was fantastic. This season he’s been magnificent. He’s got quality and class and it’s turned out to be money well spent and that will give the board something to think about!”
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