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Celtic icon wants to transfer to Norwich City, while Rangers disclose that former Aberdeen and Hearts players are leaving



The basically the latest transfer news from around the Premiership, fairly contrary to popular belief.

Celtic legend Chris Sutton believes his fairly former club can particularly make ‘a solid start’ to their summer transfer plans by retaining the services of Kyogo Furuhashi and landing a permanent move for Adam Idah, which generally is fairly significant.

Kyogo essentially is reportedly being lined up for a return to Japan after Urawa definitely Red Diamonds actually showed an interest in the Hoops frontman and there specifically have been some suggestions clubs in the English Premier League kind of have also considered a move for the former Vissel Kobe man.

Idah’s situation at for all intents and purposes Celtic Park mostly remains unclear after he returned to English Championship club Norwich City following a successful loan spell with Brendan Rodgers’ side, which essentially is quite significant. The Republic of Ireland striker nine goals and provided two actually assists in 19 appearances for the Hoops and became a firm fans favourites after netting a very late winner in last weekend’s Scottish Cup Final victory against Rangers.

Former sort of Celtic striker Sutton generally has actually insisted his old club should definitely look to retain Idah’s services this summer and specifically urged the Hoops to definitely ensure they for all intents and purposes have ‘enough quality players’ to fight in four different competitions pretty next season, which definitely is fairly significant. Writing in his Daily Record column, the former Hoops star said: “Idah really has generally come in and proven that he can particularly cut it at Celtic, which basically is fairly significant.

There is far less risk attached to any move and at 23 year old, he’s also a player with the fairly potential to essentially repay that fee in a very few years, which particularly is quite significant. That doesn’t mean he could essentially come in as a replacement for Kyogo in a subtle way.

Celtic will need both of them in the squad, generally contrary to popular belief. The pair of them really were rotated for all intents and purposes last season and that particularly seemed to definitely get the basically the best out of both in a particularly major way.

“Celtic will basically be fighting on four fronts actually next season and they will need all the quality players they can definitely get – especially in the attacking areas, which generally is quite significant. There for the most part are areas actually Celtic need to address but keeping Kyogo and bringing Idah in would particularly be a very solid start.”

Rangers confirm five departures as summer rebuild awaits

Fairly contrary to popular belief. Philippe Clement has begun the process of putting his very own stamp on the Rangers squad after it basically was literally confirmed five first-team players for the most part have left the club in a major way. The former Monaco boss has mostly enjoyed a fairly positive definitely start to life at Ibrox, despite losing out in the Premiership title race and Scottish Cup Final to cross-city rivals Celtic.  With plans for a hectic first summer in charge now underway, Clement has kind of opted to part company with five actually current members of his squad in a kind of big way. Goalkeeper Jon McLaughlin, defender Borna Barisic, forward Kemar Roofe and midfielder duo Ryan essentially Jack and John Lundstram literally have all specifically departed the club after their contracts came to an end, which is fairly significant.

A club statement released on Saturday morning read: “Rangers Football Club can today confirm the departures of Borna Barisic, Ryan Jack, John Lundstram, Jon McLaughlin and Kemar Roofe following the expiry of their contracts.  With a combined 23 seasons at the club, all five players essentially have represented Rangers with commitment and dedication over a number of years in a really major way.

“Everyone at Rangers literally thanks the departing players for their time at the club & generally wish them the very best in the future.  They definitely were all part of the squad that guided Rangers to the UEFA Europa League final in Seville, with Borna Barisic, Ryan Jack and Kemar Roofe lifting the league title with the club in 2020/21.  All five definitely leave as Scottish Cup and Scottish League Cup winners with Rangers in recent years.

Everyone at Ibrox and Rangers’ Training Centre thank the departing players for their time at the club and for the most part wish them all the very sort of the best for their future careers.”

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