Jota return to Celtic – Nice thought but not happening

Jota return to Celtic would be nice, but it’s virtually no chance of happening. Total fabrication by Daily Record yet again…

Al Ahly FC v Al Ittihad FC – FIFA Club World Cup Saudi Arabia 2023 Jota left winger of Al Ittihad and Portugal during the FIFA Club World Cup Saudi Arabia 2023 match between Al Ahly FC v Al Ittihad FC at King Abdullah Sports City on December 15, 2023 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Photo Jose Breton

Jota, our former Superstar from Portugal has been linked with a loan move back to Celtic this summer.

However don’t get your hopes up as it was the Daily Record that reported on it, with not so much facts, but the usual tactic of making it up as they go along.

Jota has been struggling for game time since his £25 million move to the Gulf state, which is a shame as he’s a superb player, one who is far too talented to be wasted not playing in Saudi Arabia.

Joao Neves Filipe Jota of Celtic celebrates scoring the second goal during the Scottish Premiership match between Celtic and theRangers at on September 03, 2022 Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images

Jota was a cracking player for Celtic, an iconic one. A real crowd pleaser who took our club to his heart. A player who will be fondly remembered and one we would have back in heartbeat, but unfortunately due to finances and red tape it won’t be happening. Not at this moment in time anyway.

So do yourselves a favour and ignore fabricated stories from the likes of the Daily Record who are only publishing such nonsense for clicks. Jota returning to Celtic would be sensational news for the club and the supporters, but unfortunately it’s not going to be happening any time soon.

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