Transfer News: Celtic keeping tabs on Paris FC striker Silas Wamanagituka

Celtic FC News: Celtic are reportedly interested in Paris FC striker Silas Wamangituka, claims The Sun.

Neil Lennon
Neil Lennon wants to bring DR Congo striker to Glasgow

The Congolese striker was watched by interim manager Neil Lennon on Monday.

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The 19-year-old is having a terrific run in French Ligue 2, scoring nine goals this season across all competitions.

DR Congo forward progressed through the youth ranks of Olympic Matete FC and Ales.

Upon moving to the French capital, he initially appeared for the reserves side.

He broke into the main team soon and has hit an incredible run of form.

Why should the Hoops consider a move for the teenager?

The Hoops are having a great season so far, but still, they lack quality when it comes to the attacking options.

The on-loan players Oliver Burke and Timothy Weah have failed to have a big impact.

Oliver Burke
Oliver Burke failed to create a big impact at celtic

Given that Odsonne Edouard is the only reliable striker for the Celts, a player like Wamangituka could provide cover and take the burden off of the French striker.

Possibilities

Paris FC are currently fifth in the Ligue 2 table and their chances of securing promotion to Ligue 1 really look bleak.

It will be enough for the Bhoys to persuade the striker to Scotland.

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Lennon’s men are on the verge of clinching their eighth straight title in a row.

Furthermore, their chances of winning a domestic treble are also high, as they set to take on Hearts in the Scottish Cup final next month.

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