FORMER Celtic striker Tony Watt is back in Scotland and training with Celtic’s main rivals Aberdeen as he looks to win a deal with the Scottish Cup and League Cup runners up.

Tony has been about a bit since his time at Celtic and even had a short loan stint at Hearts back in 2016.

He revealed in his Open Goal interview that Aberdeen were keen on him before his last move to Belgium.

“When I left Celtic it was Belgium or Aberdeen. Derek McInnes was brilliant and was always phoning my agent.

“He was the right manager for me but I just needed to get out of Scotland at that time, so I was buzzing about Belgium.

Now he has returned to Scotland a free agent, Dons boss is giving Tony an opportunity to train and win a deal at Pittodrie.

Yesterday Tony tweeted about lacing his boots up again.

Tony can’t play for another club this term and would have to sit out until the start of next season if he wins an Aberdeen contract.





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