Brendan Rodgers recently made an interesting revelation about the future of one of Celtic’s players.
The Hoops boss hinted, as quoted by the Herald, that Scott Allan, who is currently on-loan at Hibernian, may be allowed to leave the club at the end of the season.
This is the right thing to do, as the 26-year-old has rarely featured since joining the Hoops from Hibernian in 2015.
The midfielder has spent most of his time at the club either injured or on-loan at other clubs, including Rotherham and Dundee, before returning to Hibernian.
Allan was seemingly signed by the Hoops just to annoy Rangers, who had been linked with the player for a long-time before he made the move to the Scottish champions.
However, the move hasn’t worked out at all, and the player has only made 17 appearances in his three years at Celtic Park.
Unlike the other on-loan Celt, Ryan Christie, Allan doesn’t have any prospect of making the Hoops first-team, and Rodgers is doing the right thing in letting the player move on at the end of the year, and already he has made an impact in the Hibernian team, starring in their recent win over Rangers.
It’s one player set to be off the wage bill at Parkhead as the Hoops get ready for next season
In other Celtic news, the Hoops have been linked with Wigan’s Nick Powell