Celtic midfielder Ismaila Soro looks to be part of the several players departing the club this month, with the club willing to listen to loan and permanent offers for the 23-year old.
Reports late last night suggested that MLS side New York Red Bulls were interested in bringing the Ivory Coast midfielder to the United States, with Soro attracting interest from the MLS and Israel.
According to Sky Sports journalist Anthony Joseph, the club are yet to receive an official approach from Red Bulls, who are in no rush to make a move. However, they are looking to complete their business before the start of the MLS season next month.
The move to the States is also believed to be Soro’s preferred move, as he prepares to leave Glasgow in January.
New York Red Bulls are one of a number of MLS clubs targeting Celtic midfielder Ismaila Soro.
The Hoops are willing to listen to offers – loan or permanent.
Soro is also attracting interest in Israel but it's believed he would prefer a move to the USA.
— Anthony Joseph (@AnthonyRJoseph) January 7, 2022
Although adding to the squad remains a priority for Ange Postecoglou, it is clear to see that offloading players is also a big part of the January transfer window.
Ultimately, Soro has shown some good attributes during his time with the Hoops. But, under Postecoglou, the 23-year old hasn’t had much game time in recent months and moving on would likely be best for all parties moving forward.