The Celtics have teamed up with American defender Mark McKenzie for millions of dollars.
RecordSport claimed this week that the Celtic wanted to sign the 21-year-old with a 10 million fine.
McKenzie is currently in the USA part of the Philadelphia Union where he played in the league – so much so that he won his first cap in February.
He has a year and a half on his contract, but if Celtic wanted to bring in the player, they might have caught him. Celtic soon signed two players from the United States but gave them ed at American clubs. We can only assume without Celtic’s assurance that he will not play for the club because of his work visa. Andrew Gutman and Manny Perez don’t seem to be coming anytime soon.
Mackenzie has traveled all over the world and won for the first time in five months – this will allow Celtic to get a player’s license.
The defender will have to sign for the missing Jojo Simunovic when the guards take the ropes in early July.
Also, the club has a secret about the future of Christopher Azar, should he stay or go?
The Celtics are planning to see if they can get more money in Norway – Milan have told him where they want to lose their fer 75 million transfer kitty transfer.