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Latest Transfer News: Celtic Fc shows keen interest to sign German professional footballer and SK Rapid Wien forward Nicolas Kuhn

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It is said that Celtic want to sign Nicolas Kuhn, a winger for Rapid Wien who has also played for Ajax and Bayern Munich.

The Hoops have been keeping an eye on the 24-year-old attacker this season. Kuhn has been impressive in Austria, scoring three goals and setting up seven others in all categories.

Rapid could ask for a big fee for Kuhn this January because he has only been with the team for 18 months. Celtic could now make a move for the defender.

The Scottish Sun says that Brendan Rodgers wants to add a forward this month. This is because Celtic and Rangers are finally going to be in a real title race after years of not having one.

Latest Transfer News: Celtic Fc shows keen interest to sign German professional footballer and SK Rapid Wien forward Nicolas Kuhn

Kuhn, who is 24 years old, has a dream football past having grown up at Ajax and also played in Bayern’s youth system. He could be a great addition to the Hoops’ team.

Kuhn might want to move to Celtic Park, even though Rapid might not want to sell him. This is especially true if Rodgers can lead the Scottish giants to the UEFA Champions League.

Nicolas Kuhn needs to be signed by Celtic now.

If Celtic wants to beat Rangers to the Scottish Premiership again, they know they need to add players to their team. Kuhn could be the perfect person to do that.

This season, the 24-year-old has done great things with one of Austria’s best teams, and he has the football skills to be a huge hit with Celtic in Scotland.

Rapid’s demands may stop the Hoops from making a deal, but Celtic need to keep trying to bring the attacker to Glasgow this month.

It’s possible that this kind of deal would be very important for Celtic to win the Scottish league again and get back into the Champions League for next season.

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