Leaked photo suggests Celtic could make a triple announcement today

There has been a leaked photo from Celtic’s training ground HQ up at Lennoxtown which shows three men being photographed. The image has appeared online via Twitter and whilst the already announced Korean duo of Yang Hyun-jun and Kwon Hyeok-kyu are pictured, it appears Polish defender Maik Nawrocki is also there.

It has already been a great day for the Hoops masses having been given the official news by the club’s media team that we have captured two very promising talents from Asia yet again. The deals for both South Korean players have taken some time to get over the line with visa issues and paperwork altering the timeframe somewhat.

Napoli’s Belgian forward Dries Mertens (C) goes for the ball between Legia Warszawa’s Polish defender Maik Nawrocki (L) and Legia Warszawa’s Polish defender Mateusz Wieteska during the UEFA Europa League Group C Football match between Napoli and Legia Warsaw on October 21, 2021 at the Diego-Maradona stadium in Naples. (Photo by Tiziana FABI / AFP) (Photo by TIZIANA FABI/AFP via Getty Images)

Instead of going to hook up with Celtic on their Japanese tour, both Yang and Kwon had to head for Glasgow instead, which meant we didn’t get to see them in a Celtic jersey just yet. Patience is a virtue though, and we’ll get to clap eyes on the new signings either against Wolves at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin or at Celtic Park next Tuesday in James Forrest’s Testimonial.

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