Frank McAvennie claims Celtic star’s Parkhead career is over

Celtic Park. (Photo by Steve Welsh/Getty Images)
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Celtic have made tremendous strides over the course of this season. Coming into the campaign, not many would have expected this team to compete for titles. They had finished the previous campaign trophyless and 25 points behind the Rangers in the Premiership. And on top of that, the squad had to undergo a massive overhaul in the summer as well, with key players like Odsonne Edouard, Kristoffer Ajer, Ryan Christie and others leaving.

On the other hand, twelve players arrived, ten on a permanent basis and two on loan. And then five more in the January transfer window.

Thus, this is a new looking Celtic side to say the least and thankfully, the results on the field have been different as well. While a lot of players have flourished under the management of Ange Postecoglou, one man who has pretty much gotten lost in the shuffle is Albian Ajeti.

Frank McAvennie does not believe that he is going to get a game and has predicted that he will be on his way out in the next window. As reported by the Daily Record, the former Celtic star said:

"“One thing for sure –Albian Ajeti is out the window now. They have to get him out in the summer. He’s not going to get a game.”"

McAvennie predicts that Ajeti’s Celtic career is over

Ajeti had been brought in from West Ham United in the summer of 2020 for a transfer fee believed to be around £5 million. It goes without saying that there were high expectations surrounding the Swiss international striker.

And he did make a wonderful start to life at Celtic. But he would injure himself early on in the campaign and never managed to rediscover that form again.

He has pretty much been out of the picture for a long time now, only getting a run of games earlier on this season. As a result, it would not be much of a surprise if he did depart Celtic in the near future.

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