Confirmed: Celtic announce player transfer

Celtic fans are raving with the development of the club in recent times, and sending one of their young talents out on loan will only go to aid the future progression of the club.

The team have been their normal dominant selves once again this season, as Brendan Rodgers looks to secure his fifth trophy in what was the Norther Irish boss second season in charge of the club. However, one player who won’t play any part in the near future under Rodgers is youngster Conor Hazard.

As confirmed on the club’s official website, the youngster has headed to Falkirk on loan.

After he signed a four-year contract with Celtic, Hazard is a player that Rodgers reportedly admirer, and has high hopes for him to make the first-team fold at Celtic Park. After Hazard has continued to showcase impressive performances in age-group since making the move Irish side Cliftonville back in 2014.

And, with the player receiving his first taste of senior football with a move to Falkirk, Hazard’s enjoying the prospect of showing exactly what he can offer for both his club and his temporary side moving forward. Still, it was always going to be for him to break into the first-team at Celtic Park, with Craig Gordon and Dorus De Vries establishing themselves as immovable in recent times.

The loan move will benefit Celtic and the player massively, with him receiving regular senior football with Falkirk, that could see him make a name for himself with the potential to maybe even force a place in Celtic’s squad for seasons to come.

So what do you think about Celtic’s loan move for Conor Hazard? Let us know you thoughts on this down below!!!

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