Most of the rumours surrounding Celtic recently has been about incomings and understandably so. The Hoops have had a very busy summer transfer window till now. After great loan spells, the Hoops have signed Cameron Carter-Vickers, Jota and Daizen Maeda permanently while also adding the likes of Alexandro Bernabei, Benjamin Siegrist, Aaron Mooy and Moritz Jenz to their ranks.
On the other hand, there have been some exits as well, albeit no high profile ones. The biggest ones have most probably been the loan departures of Vasilis Barkas and Ismaila Soro, and the permanent exit of Boli Bolingoli.
Another player has now completed a permanent move away from Celtic as well, in the form of youth star, Frankie Deane, who was a regular feature at the youth and developmental levels for the Hoops, even though he never managed to make a first-team appearance.
As reported by The Scottish Sun, Deane has completed a move to Burnley. He will go straight into the academy set up at the Championship club.
Celtic player has completed permanent move to Burnley
Celtic have had a tough time when it comes to holding onto some of their most highly-rated youth players in recent times.
Deane joins a quickly growing list, which is a concern for the Hoops. It was just recently that they saw Ben Doak join Liverpool, despite being given a couple of appearances for the senior team at the age of just 16.
This is something that Celtic will need to find a way to stop as soon as possible. Despite the number of highly-rated players who have left their youth set up in recent years, they still have some promising names there like Bosun Lawal, Tobi Oluwayemi, Johnny Kenny, Rocco Vata and others. Hopefully, some of them will end up becoming first-team stars for the club in the future.
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