Celtic striker Teemu Pukki is open to a permanent move to Brondby if Celtic decide to sell him next summer.
The Finnish striker who found goals hard to come by in Scotland has scored 5 goals in 4 games for his loan club.
To make room for new strikers Guidetti and Scepovic, Teemu was shipped out on loan by the club just before the deadline.
Brondby do have first option to buy the striker and if he keeps up the form in his first 4 games the Celtic misfit may very well end up in Demark permanently.
“If something happened with a permanent transfer, I would have to make a decision.” said Pukki.
Very few Celtic fans, if any, would be disappointed if the forward were to leave permanently at the end of the season. Many acknowledged that Pukki was a good grafter for the team but couldn’t be called upon to score consistently.
It looks like Danish football might suit him.