Celtic youngster Scott Robertson has completed his second loan move of the season to Doncaster Rovers.
— Doncaster Rovers FC (@drfc_official) January 30, 2021
The midfielder had spent the first half of the campaign out on loan to Gillingham. However, in the wake of the Dubai nonsense, he was promptly called back to provide cover in the Celtic squad.
Now, the club have found him a new home until the summer.
The move to England is an upgrade on his Gills spell, where he made 19 appearances.
Doncaster are currently pushing for promotion to the English Championship, so there will be more pressure and bigger matches on the horizon for young Robertson, which should serve him well.
The midfielder will be working under former West Bromwich Albion and Derby County defender Darren Moore.
After a spell with Steve Evans, he has been exposed to some experienced and notable football men this season.
It’s a great experience for what we hope is a return to the Celtic squad in the summer and eventual first-team opportunities.
Robertson could go straight into the Doncaster team for today’s trip to league leaders Lincoln City, with the club confirming he was signed in time to be included.
That’ll be one to watch later this afternoon.
Like his spell at Gillingham, we’ll be tracking Robertson’s progress closely and providing regular updates on 67 Hail Hail.