Calvin Miller won’t be a Celtic player next season, confirming on social media tonight that it’s time for him to find a new club.
His contract was due to expire at the end of the 2019/20 campaign and after a 10-year association with the Hoops is now ready to look for a fresh challenge.
10 years of unbelievable memories and friends for life and been lucky enough to live my dream so young playing such a short part in a incredible team. Unfortunately all good things come to an end at some point but it’s time to take the next step in my career, cheers to everyone💚 pic.twitter.com/kdgjmwCUd0
— Calvin Miller (@calvin_miller7) May 26, 2020
Miller suffered a season-ending injury in a reserves match back in September and obviously we wish the wide player all the best as he begins a new chapter in his career.
He made just five appearances for the senior side in total but is a well-known name amongst supporters having featured extensively for our youth sides since a young age.
The 22-year-old started out as an energetic attacker with the club but eventually was moulded into a player capable of providing back-up at various positions on the left-wing, including at left-back.
Also spending time out on loan at Dundee and Ayr United, he never managed to make the breakthrough he’d have been hoping for under Brendan Rodgers or Neil Lennon.
There have been signs he has the talent to succeed in the Scottish Premiership, as well as the work ethic, and hopefully a top-flight club chooses to pursue his signature over the next few months.
There’s a potential bargain there if an interested party can get him fit, playing and motivated to excel.
All the best Calvin!