It is well established that Celtic are looking for quality signings in the ongoing January transfer window. So far it has been quiet on that front from the club, with no additions made this month so far. Now, with another twist in their search for a striker, things might remain that way for a little while longer.
While the hoops could be looking across many positions in their squad to strengthen, one focus area is the forward line. The urgency is perhaps slightly less given that Kyogo Furuhashi hasn't been called up by Japan for the AFC Asian Cup.
Even with Kyogo remaining in Scotland while that tournament plays out, there is still a need to add more completion for places and depth to the squad at striker. And Celtic have been linked with Bojan Miovski recently.
The Aberdeen forward has been tipped by many for a move away with Celtic viewed as a possible destination. Miovski has been in good form since joining the Dons back in the summer of 2022. With 33 goals scored for them already, he is attracting a lot of interest from other clubs.
Miovski sends clear message amid Celtic rumours
Miovski has given Aberdeen and their fans a boost with his recent comments, as he does not seem to be in any rush to depart. As reported by the Daily Record, the striker said:
"I still have two and a half years of contract with Aberdeen and to be honest I feel great. Everything that is speculated and written about me is normal because when you show good form and score goals you are always watched by bigger clubs.
"I have been in Aberdeen for a year and a half and I am very satisfied and I also hope that the people in Aberdeen are happy with me too. So far, I have scored 33 goals for the club."
Aberdeen are believed to be in no hurry to part ways with their star striker. On the other hand, Miovski also looks happy to continue with the Dons for now.
So, Celtic may need to look elsewhere for a striker in January. They have been linked with other strikers like Lawrence Shankland and Mathias Kvistgaarden as well. Nicolas Kuhn is believed to be closing in on a move to Parkhead and he is capable