Celtic are set to tell Marian Shved to find a new club for next season, Football Insider understands.

The forward has struggled to acclimatise in Glasgow and made just three appearances since joining the Hoops in January of last year for £2million.

A Celtic source has told Football Insider that Shved is keen to explore a move either on loan or permanently this summer.

The winger is desperate for playing time to reignite his career and keep his place in the Ukraine national team.

Celtic are ready to give Shved the go-ahead to move and may be willing to take a hit on his transfer fee to get him off their wage bill.

The club sold Eboue Kouassi to Genk last week for less than half the £3m paid for him when Brendan Rodgers was manager.

Like Kouassi, Shved has struggled to make an impression despite arriving with a big reputation as a star of the future.

James Forrest, Tom Rogic, Ryan Christie, Mohamed Elyounoussi and Mikey Johnstone have been among those keeping the Ukraine international on the sidelines.

Supporters have been surprised they have not seen more of Shved after he marked his Celtic debut last July with a goal in a 2-0 Champions League qualifier triumph against Kalju Nomme.

 

The forward, who joined Celtic in January of last year before returning to Kiev-based outfit Karpaty on loan, has subsequently made just two further sub appearances.

Tellingly, Shved has not made a squad for an SPL match since his single outing in the competition, against Ross County last October.

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