Celtic loanee Daniel Arzani hasn’t given up hope on making a first-team breakthrough at the Hoops, according to a report by Australian football website The World Game.
However, despite Arzani’s hopes of making it at Celtic the report goes on to claim that the player’s representatives are planning on moving the player on to a new club when his loan deal runs out at the end of the season, and that talks are already underway with Manchester City, the owners of the player.
Advisors reportedly keen to move player on
The report also claims that the player’s advisors are looking clubs in Germany, Holland and Spain for the player’s next loan move.
It won’t really be a shock if Arzani left the Hoops at the end of the season. After all, he has played very little football for Celtic.
He has very unfortunate to suffer a long-term knee injury on his Hoops debut back in November 2018, but since then he has featured rarely for the team, making only five minute cameo against Partick Thistle since then.
Manager hoping to give player game time
Interestingly, Neil Lennon recently claimed, as reported by 67 Hail Hail, that the player remains in his plans, and he hopes to give him some playing time before the end of the season.
That could be a good sign, as could the fact that Arzani seems keen to try to make the breakthrough at Celtic before his two-year loan deal comes to an end.
However, the player would likely have played more games for the Hoops since his return from injury if he had been in contention to make the first-team breakthrough.
We shall just have to wait and see what the future holds for Arzani, although it would be a bit of a surprise if he was at Celtic Park next season.