Sunday mail football writer Mark Guidi reveals the next team Ex-Celtic 24 years-old winger Jota will be heading to next! Back to Parkhead or Not! these january transfer? - soocer442
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Sunday mail football writer Mark Guidi reveals the next team Ex-Celtic 24 years-old winger Jota will be heading to next! Back to Parkhead or Not! these january transfer?

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If Jota were to return to Parkhead, how much would the Celtic fans be willing to pay for that? There is a rumor that has been going around for a little while now, and it has been spreading. On the other hand, is it even possible?

As a result of his transfer from Celtic in the summer for a fee of twenty-five million pounds, the Portuguese star has been left out in the cold for the majority of his time at Al-Ittihad.

In light of the fact that Nuno Espirito Santo has been fired and is currently in the process of traveling to Nottingham Forest for discussions, Mark Guidi believes that this is the possible destination for the 24-year-old player at this time.

Sunday mail football writer Mark Guidi reveals the next team Ex-Celtic 24 years-old winger Jota will be heading to next! Back to Parkhead or Not! these january transfer?

During an episode of The Go Radio Football Show, Guidi stated, “Espirito Santo is flying in for talks with Nottingham Forest. Of course, Ross Wilson, the former director of football for Rangers, is currently working in a similar role at Nottingham Forest, so he will have some input.”

“If we are just connecting the dots, I am curious as to whether or not if Nuno Espirito Santos is successful in obtaining that position, would that make it possible for Jota to go there on loan in January, considering that Santos previously signed them for the Saudi Arabian club?”

Perhaps Jota will come back to Celtic.
Several reports from the previous evening seem to indicate that his club is eager to convince him to come back to Glasgow. In a report that was published in the Glasgow Times, it was stated that reports from Saudi Arabia suggested that Al-Ittihad had approached Celtic regarding the possibility of offering Jota on loan.

But let’s be honest: even if Jota were to return to Celtic, it would be impossible for him to do so unless the Saudi club were to pay the great majority of his salary. This is the case regardless of how much the Saudi club wants to help Jota.

Following that, the question that would be asked is whether or whether Jota is also driven to return to Scotland. It was announced that he would be returning to a club that was significantly different from the one he had left after spending two seasons at Celtic.

It is possible that Jota is considering a move to Tottenham in order to revive his friendship with the former Celtic manager, Ange Postecoglou, who is no longer in charge of the team due to his departure.

When it comes to Nottingham Forest, Jota might perhaps join a much more prestigious club than that. I say this with the utmost respect. The fallen giants are currently battling in the English Premier League, where they are currently ranked 17th.

It is unlikely that a player like Jota would fare well in a dogfight. As a result of the fact that he requires a team that plays expansive football, the Spurs appear to be the ideal choice for him.

How about Jota to Celtic? Despite the fact that it would make an excellent Christmas present, I believe that Santa Claus would have a hard time pulling it out of his bag.

Transfer News: Celtic Fc moves to sign the 21 years-old wolves striker before the janaury transfer window deadline

In January, Celtic wants to add some really good players to their team, so things can’t get any worse than this.

Brendan Rodgers has been complaining for a long time that his team isn’t very good, and Kyogo Furuhashi is clearly having trouble scoring goals, so it looks like the Celtic manager has turned to the English Premier League to fix his problems.

A story from Ojogo says that Celtic are in the lead to sign Fabio Silva, a Portuguese striker.Wolves paid more than £35 million for the 21-year-old in 2020, but after two terrible seasons at Molineaux, the young player is said to be ready to move on.

The story says, “Fábio Silva is planning to leave Wolverhampton when the market reopens. The striker’s future should go through Scottish football, where Celtic and Rangers are both interested in him.”

Bad luck for Fabio Silva’s Wolves

Transfer News: Celtic Fc moves to sign the 21 years-old wolves striker before the janaury transfer window deadline

It’s been hard for the young scorer to live up to his price tag; he’s only scored five goals in 72 games for Wolves. (Transfer Market)

Silva was clearly having a bad day when he “given” a penalty in the last few minutes of last month’s game against Sheffield United.

The score was tied at 1-1, and Wolves had not lost yet. The young player challenged George Balldock in the penalty box. The Blades striker was already on his way down, so it looked like there was no touch.

The penalty was given, and VAR backed it up. Wolves lost the game and their perfect start to the season.

Silva couldn’t calm down on the field, and this seemed to be the cherry on top of a very bad day for the young player at the club.

That must have really hurt his confidence. Moving to Celtic might be the best thing that could happen to him. Because Celtic makes so many chances, Silva might want to rebuild his career and trust in Paradise.

The striker was bought by Wolves for a lot of money, and Celtic could not afford to pay that much for him. Instead, a loan deal is more possible.

That amount would be easy for Celtic to pay since he makes £42k a week [SalarySport]. When the January window comes around, we will keep a close eye on this one.

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