Celtic must look to bring former flop Teemu Pukki back to the club.
The Finland international is on fire in the English Championship with Norwich City. Likewise, Pukki has also been scoring for his national side.
Coming back a more complete player
When the ex-Schalke forward arrived at Parkhead he was 23-years-old and big things were expected.
The Hoops were wanting the then centre-forward to be the main striker for the club.
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Unfortunately, Pukki only managed seven goals before being shipped on loan to Brondby where he was then signed permanently.
However, since his Parkhead exit, the Finn has battled to become quite the goal scorer.
He scored 40 goals for the Danish side and got a free move to England this season.
Currently, Pukki has scored 19 goals in 30 appearances in all competitions for club and country.
This is a different striker to the one who arrived from Germany with just eight goals.
Celtic fans split on possible Pukki return
The Hoops faithful are not sure on whether the club should seek their former forward.
Due to Celtic only having one available striker, some would be happy to have him back.
Some fans aren’t as welcoming and still think the Finland international still wouldn’t cope in Scotland.
Whether Brendan Rodgers thinks a Pukki return is a good idea is anyone’s guess.
If it was any other striker with his ratio in the Championship this season, then hoops fans would definitely be interested.
Perhaps his previous stint has done enough to put people off but they must remember players change and develop.
At 28-years-old, Pukki is now entering his peak age for a footballer and may be worth a shot.