While it has been well highlighted about a possible exodus in the summer of Celtic first team players, fans should take some assurances in the investment of future players.
Celtic’s business model is to recruit young players with potential and turn them into “Moussa Dembele’s”. This might not please all Celtic fans but it might be a necessary evil to survive financially in the SPFL.
One of those players on a long list is Lewis Morgan. The midfielder has been on loan with his old manager Jack Ross at Sunderland after a deadline day move in January. The player has enjoyed mixed form but is at least getting some game time.
Ross was actually doing an interview with Chronicle about Sunderland’s right-back Luke O’Nien. The Sunderland manager stated that a player like Morgan could learn a lot from O’Nien.
“He (O’Nien) then starts to influence others around him, and even if you ask someone like, say, Lewis Morgan who is naturally gifted, he will look at Luke and see how hard he works at making himself better.
Lewis played a bit part in Celtic’s season before going out on loan and it is hoped he can live up to expectation and offer something to the first team for next season. The young Scot is in no short supply at Celtic of young players who have worked hard and made the first-team place their own.