Celtic loanee Vakoun Bayo has had a good 2021 so far and that continued as he grabbed another goal for Toulouse in their 3-0 victory over Amiens yesterday.
The Ivorian striker scored the last of the three goals in the game, scoring in the 86th minute after coming on as a substitute in the final 20 minutes of the match.
He showed good pace and composure to reach what looked like a nothing pass and finish off, knocking it past the goalkeeper.
Vakoun Bayo vs Amiens- 27/02/21 ⚽️ pic.twitter.com/kTCxCdOZpc— Celtic Loan Highlights (@celtic_loanvids) February 28, 2021
That is now Bayo’s third goal in the last four games as he continues an impressive change of fortunes at the Ligue 2 club.
At the beginning of the season, he started well on his debut scoring twice but struggled to have much impact from there. That was until the turn of the year, which has seen the 24-year old score five of his seven goals this season.
With the departure of Neil Lennon during the week, it leaves a lot up in the air regarding the future of the likes of Bayo who could potentially find himself back in Scotland this summer.
He does reportedly have an option to buy on his current deal with Toulouse but has still yet to nail down a starting spot just yet. If he continues to score goals though it will become increasingly more likely that the loan deal will become a permanent one.
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Loan Watch 🚨— Lewis 🍋 (@LewisLaird01) February 27, 2021
Vakoun Bayo continued his upturn in form, scoring his 3rd goal in the last 4 games coming on as a second half sub in Toulouse 3-0 win over Amiens
Lee O’Connor returned to the Tranmere starting line-up playing 90 minutes in their 3-1 win over Leyton Orient pic.twitter.com/5mkr1GIxXa