Sport Brown unable to picture leaving Celtic

19:06  12 january  2018
19:06  12 january  2018 Source:   Read Sport

Celtic complete deal to sign Leo Mazis

  Celtic complete deal to sign Leo Mazis Celtic have wasted no time bringing players into the club during the January transfer window as they have completed the signing of Leo Mazis on a three-and-a-half-year contract this week. Mazis first joined the club on a trial basis back in November and has performed well enough behind the scenes to prompt the club to hand him a permanent contract, joining from Belconnen United, who play in Canberra’s National Premier League. The 17-year-old winger is expected to join up with the Celtic development squad where he will be monitored ahead of a potential future push into the first-team, following in the footsteps of Kieran Tierney and Liam Henderson in recent seasons. Mazis becomes the second confirmed transfer of the window after the Bhoys signed defender Marvin Compper from Red Bull Leipzig for a reported £1m, while a £300,000 deal for Lewis Morgan is expected to be concluded soon, with the youngster returning to St. Mirren on loan for the rest of the season.

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Scott Brown has spoken to the Daily Record about his future, saying that he wishes to continue his playing career at Celtic Park for years to come.

Now at 32, he has said that he is encouraged to keep on playing by stories such as Kevin Thomson and John Kennedy.

Johnson, a former Rangers and Hibernian star is 33 now and had to retire due to injury, while Kennedy, Brown’s friend from his time at Celtic, had to retire from football at 26 after an ankle and knee injury.

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Speaking to the media, Brown said:

“I just try to keep going. I know I’m getting older and one of these days I’m going to slowly fall down. But as long as my legs can take it I’ll keep battering them.”

Celtic complete Morgan deal

  Celtic complete Morgan deal Celtic have completed the singing St Mirren’s Lewis Morgan, with the youngster due to return there on loan. As per the club’s official website, the winger put pen to paper on a four-and-a-half year deal with the Scottish champions. Morgan has been a long-term target for Brendan Rodgers, who has acted quickly to secure his signature. It has been reported that Celtic will pay somewhere in the region of £300,000 for his services. The winger has been impressing so far this season, scoring nine times in the Scottish Championship. St Mirren currently sit top of the pile in the Scottish Championship and Morgan has played a key role in their success. The club have confirmed that the player will return to Celtic in the summer and report for pre-season training along with his new teammates. Morgan is Celtic’s second January signing after Marvin Compper joined from Bundesliga side RB Leipzig.

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Brown has been ever-present for Celtic since joining from Hibernian in 2007 and was given the armband in 2010. He doesn’t look ready to pack it in yet either, that and his 14 domestic honours while in the East of Glasgow.

The Celtic captain is currently taking his coaching badges, with one eye on his career after football and he is getting plenty of advice from former managers such as Gordon Strachan and Neil Lennon, and current Hoops manager Brendan Rodgers.

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Celtic dismiss interest in Rijeka pair .
Despite being linked with Rijeka duo Dario Zuparic and Filip Bradaric, Celtic have rubbished Croatian reports which suggested that they want to bring the pair to Celtic Park, as per the Daily Record. Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers is open to the idea of adding to his squad this month, however, he won’t be making an offer for defender Zuparic, 25, or midfielder Bradaric, 26, in the current window. Rijeka currently sit 4th in the Croatian top flight, three points off of second place Hadjuk Split, and the pair have been regulars in the spine of the side. Celtic are no strangers to bringing in players from Croatia, after signed Jozo Simunovic from Dinamo Zagreb in 2015, who is now believed to be a target for Italian side Lazio. Rodgers may look to bring in the players during the summer, with Zuparic out of contract at the end of the current campaign, but it looks like neither will be arriving this winter.

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