It’s time for Celtic defender Osaze Urhoghide to make up his mind. Celtic and Ange Postecoglou are prepared to allow the defender, who hasn’t played a single league game for first team since his summer transfer from Sheffield Wednesday, to leave on loan for the remainder of the campaign.
Dundee has been alerted and is hoping to persuade the 21-year-old to join them at Dens Park in order to assist in Dundee’s bid to avoid relegation with the team just two points above St Johnstone who are bottom of the table. [The Courier]
According to the Examiner, Dundee is trying to fend off interest from former Motherwell boss Stephen Robinson who is currently in charge of League One side Morecambe.
With at least two clubs on the table for Osaze, it’s whether he wants to go out to either club or stay and train with the Celtic first team.
If he chooses either club, the player will be in the thick of things, fighting a relegation battler.
If you asked Celtic fans what move they’d prefer, they’d likely have Osaze stay in the SPFL and learn the league playing with Dundee, but there is the opportunity to go down south and maybe make his mark.
Dundee currently has Leigh Griffiths on loan from Celtic, they have tried to send him back this month, but nothing has been agreed to this point. It’s our understanding Celtic don’t want the striker back at the club,