TIMOTHY WEAH’S PSG career looks in a precarious position with the club open to offers for the player this summer.
Weah left Celtic under a cloud earlier this month when Neil Lennon told him he could go after the player refused a compromise to stay and play in the Scottish Cup final.
The American is away with his country to participate in the under 20 World Cup in Poland.
When he returns to France after the tournament the club are expected to listen to offers for the player according to SunSport but Weah doesn’t sound like he’s going anywhere.
“My ambition has always been to be a PSG player. I developed at the club and it has always been a dream.
“And it still is; to have the level to evolve in such a strong team with these incredible players.
There was a chance the player could have been back for another loan spell with Celtic but this looks all but over with the way he left the club and the fact PSG will want a decent fee for their man. They sold Edouard for £9million – while the Brendan Rodgers signing would likely be less he hasn’t shown enough to warrant a large transfer fee by Celtic’s standards.