Patryk Klimala may have played his last game for Celtic.
That is according to ex-Scottish Premiership forward Noel Whelan, speaking exclusively to Football Insider after The Sun reported that Klimala is a loan target for New York Red Bulls.
The 22-year-old signed for Celtic from Jagiellonia Bialystok in a £3.5million deal in January 2020.
But the Poland Under-21 striker has struggled for goals and was left out of the matchday squad entirely as Celtic beat Falkirk 3-0 on Saturday.
Whelan claims that Klimala could be out of the door as the MLS window is open ahead of the new season starting on 17th April.
“He may have played his last game for the club,” he told Football Insider correspondent Dylan Childs.
“It’s a difficult one because you haven’t got a permanent manager put in place.
“Kennedy will be making his selection on the back of training, performances, attitude. So if he’s seen something he’s not happy with behind the scenes then that will be fed back to the club and the new manager who comes in.
“There’s going to be big changes in personality and character in the summer. Some players will be let go because they didn’t want to be there at the beginning of the season and not shown the right attitude to Celtic. They’ll be shipped straight out.”
Klimala has scored three goals in 28 matches in all competitions for Celtic.
His last strike came against St. Johnstone in October.