As the football season is almost over and the competition to win the league gets really close, Celtic’s team faces some tough times because some of their players are hurt, and they didn’t make the best choices when bringing in new players. This also adds an unpredictable twist for fans involved in football bet online.

Navigating Challenges and Poor Transfers

Brendan Rodgers has faced adversity with players sidelined due to injuries, but the issue of recruitment is a separate concern altogether.

Celtic has brought in numerous players who have failed to meet expectations despite hefty price tags.

The signings of Gustafe Lagerbielke and Maik Nawrocki alone have cost the club over £7m this season. Additionally, money spent on players like Alexandro Bernabei has not yielded the desired results, highlighting the need for better value in recruitment.

A Glimmer of Hope with Hugo Bueno

However, there might be a positive turn on the horizon. According to a report from TEAMtalk, Celtic is set to make a second attempt to sign Wolves left-back Hugo Bueno.

Although Celtic’s initial loan bid for the 20-year-old was unsuccessful in January, Brendan Rodgers appears keen to pursue him in the upcoming transfer window.

Bueno recently experienced disappointment in the FA Cup, as his late goal seemed to secure Wolves’ victory, only for the team to concede two late goals and exit the competition.

Interestingly, Bueno’s case underscores the notion that quality doesn’t necessarily come with a hefty price tag. Wolves acquired the talented fullback for just £3,000 from Spanish side CD Areosa in 2019. Despite struggling for playing time at Wolves, Celtic sees the potential to offer him regular first-team football next season.


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