One man Celtic fans don’t know very much about is Daniel Arzani. The player came into Celtic on loan from Manchester City off the back of being the youngest player at the World Cup.

There was high hopes the Australian was going to come in and command a place in the Celtic side before too long. However, Brendan Rodgers kept him tucked away for the first few months of his Celtic tenure – knowing the club had Arzani for two-years there was no rush. When he the winger did finally get the nod against Dundee last year, Daniel ruptured his ACL just 10 minutes into his Celtic career.

The midfielder has been out since November 2018 and is yet to kick a ball for Celtic either in the developmental or first team.

Daniel has been spotted back in training at Lennoxtown but no word yet if he is ready to play competitive football again.

Australian legend Mark Schwarzer has spoke about how unfortunate the injury has been for the 20-year-old and questioned his move to Celtic in the first place. However, the former goalkeeper hopes he can make the breakthrough in Glasgow over the coming months.

“He had a phenomenal breakthrough season in the A-League.” Schwarzer told Goal.com.

“He didn’t play enough games over 90 minutes, which is something he needs to build on.

“The Celtic move is one which I am not sure is the best move for him just yet. But it is about playing games and continuing to develop.

“His injury came at the very worst time as he just arrived and got his first opportunity to play from the start.

“It was not only unfortunate for his career at Celtic but also for Australia. I just hope that he can get back to the level he was at before his injury.”