Celtic have been linked with a move for South Korean international striker Cho Gue-sung, but they face a battle for his signature. After scoring twice against Ghana at the 2022 World Cup, the 24-year-old has become hot property and Celtic Park has long been mentioned as a potential destination.
There are, however, other teams involved in this equation. Even theRangers are rumoured to have joined the chase, but we’re assuming this is just down to the compliant Scottish mainstream media being mischievous.
If the Cho deal falls through or, if Ange Postecoglou is looking for further back up, there are alternatives…
Celtic Homing in on the Title
Celtic look set to claim their second consecutive domestic title, but there should be no room for complacency. While they may have a nine-point lead over their closest rivals, theRangers have improved slightly under new manager Mick Beale and won’t be written off by Ange Postecoglou at this stage.
A new striker may close out that title sooner rather than later, even if the Hoops are red hot favourites to win the Scottish Premiership title. According to https://www.sbo.net/ Postecoglou’s Bhoys are well clear of the chasing pack and are listed at prohibitive odds.
With some way to go until the end of the campaign, there is some scope for those odds to change and SBO will monitor the situation. Prices can update on the back of each match weekend and readers will see any changes as they come in.
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Celtic may be an obvious bet in those markets, but could the team strengthen their chances with the addition of any of these attackers?
Ben Brereton Diaz
After two productive campaigns with Blackburn Rovers in the Championship, Chilean international striker Ben Brereton Diaz has been linked with a switch to the English Premier League for some time.
Everton, who are set to battle relegation for the second season in succession, are among those tipped to make a move. Links with the https://spfl.co.uk/ are much fewer, but Celtic will be aware of Brereton Diaz’s quality after he scored against them in a pre-season friendly last summer.
It’s strange to see a striker, who scored just two goals in 20 Premier League appearances last season, being linked to Manchester United. However, Dutch international Wout Weghorst has good scoring returns at other clubs and in what is, let’s face it, a less competitive division, he could thrive in the Scottish Premiership.
After disappointing Burnley last season, the 30-year-old is currently on loan at Turkish side Besiktas where he has scored nine goals in his first 18 games. Weghorst also landed a memorable double strike against Argentina at the 2022 World Cup and he’s a much better player than his https://www.premierleague.com/ stats suggest.
While this suggestion may be met with considerable derision, it’s worth hearing it out. Dele Alli’s slump is well documented and, after underwhelming his loan team Besiktas, it’s difficult to see where he goes from here.
It’s been reported in some media outlets that Besiktas want to call time on the temporary deal, but parent club Everton are in no hurry to take him back. That could leave Dele with the prospect of warming the benches in Turkish football for the remainder of the season.
What happens next? While many are suggesting that this is the end, it’s worth recalling his incredible performances at Tottenham Hotspur. As an attacking midfielder, he scored 18 goals in 37 league games in one season, and that’s a record that most strikers would be happy with.
If Everton want to offload the player, they will have to do it cheaply, so could it be worth Celtic taking one final gamble on Dele Alli?