Celtic confirm loan deal of promising youngster to Queen’s Park

Celtic have decided to loan Luca Connell back to Queen’s Park as the youngster continues his progression towards the first team. The 20-year-old will join on a season-long loan with the Glasgow side, who are managed by Laurie Ellis.

Connell has been tipped for a Celtic breakthrough since joining from Bolton Wanderers in 2019. Connell has had to bide his time for game time so far, only appearing for the youth team. Connell told the Queen’s Park website that he was delighted to return to the South Side outfit.

“I’m delighted to be back. I really enjoyed my time at the club last season and know most of the boys, so when the chance came up to return it was an easy decision to make. I’m looking forward to getting started”.

Connell, a regular with Ireland’s U21 side, was a feature in the Spiders side towards the end of last season that sealed the League Two title at a canter and now he will be hoping to secure another promotion, this time to the Championship. The player became a favourite for Queen’s Park with a repertoire of fine passing, confident set pieces and stunning strikes at goal. Hopefully, Connell can prove to Celtic that he is a quality player and certainly one for the future.

Connell will likely be involved in some capacity in the game against Clyde today whilst Celtic will play on Sunday away to Livingston.

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