Celtic find themselves in an interesting situation right now. Ange Postecoglou leaving was a huge blow for the club but at the same time, they have a manager in place in Brendan Rodgers, who is a proven success in Scottish football. In his first stint at Parkhead, he won all seven domestic trophies available to him, including two trebles and also an Invincible campaign.
That was a very different team though and it remains to be seen if Rodgers is able to get the best out of the current crop of players. There are fears that many of them could leave this summer, following the departure of Postecoglou.
Celtic have also lost one of their most important players, as Jota has completed a move to Al-Ittihad. But there is some positive news as well.
As reported by the club’s official website, Kyogo has signed a new four-year deal. It will take him to at least 2027 with Celtic.
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Kyogo was heavily linked with a move away from Celtic Park this summer. There were rumours of clubs being interested in signing him, from down south and beyond.
Thus, Kyogo signing a contract extension with come as a relief to many fans and will hopefully put those rumours to bed. He has been a key player for Celtic ever since arriving in the summer of 2021.
He was the best player in Scotland last season and played his part in winning all three titles. Kyogo was the top scorer in the Premiership and he scored in both the Scottish League Cup final, against the Rangers, and the Scottish Cup final, against Inverness CT.
- Published on 07/04/2023 at 12:00 PM
- Last updated at 07/04/2023 at 12:00 PM
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