Daniel Arzani could reportedly go back to Manchester City from Celtic

General view outside the stadium prior to the UEFA Europa League Group B match between Celtic and Rosenborg at Celtic Park on September 20, 2018 in Glasgow, United Kingdom.

Brendan Rodgers’s Celtic signed Daniel Arzani on loan from Manchester City in the summer transfer window.

Daniel Arzani of Australia battles for the ball with Luis Advincula of Peru during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia group C match between Australia and Peru at Fisht Stadium on June 26, 2018...

According to The World Game, there is a get-out clause in Manchester City-owned youngster Daniel Arzani’s loan deal at Celtic.

Arzani, who can operate as an attacking midfielder or as a winger, joined Celtic on a two-year loan deal from Premier League champions City in the summer transfer window.

 

The Australia international attacker has yet to feature for the Hoops in a competitive match.

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According to The World Game, Arzani has six weeks left to convince Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers, as he could return to City in January should he not feature by December.

Daniel Arzani of Australia under pressure from Pedro Aquino and Andre Carrillo of Peru during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia group C match between Australia and Peru at Fisht Stadium on...

Back to Manchester City

It would make sense for Arzani to go back to his parent club City if he struggles to play for Celtic between now and Celtic.

After all, given the Australia’s undoubted talent and potential, he is being wasted at the Hoops at the moment.

There is no doubt that Arzani will find a number of clubs trying to sign him on loan in January should he leave Celtic.

Pedro Aquino (23) of Peru in action against Daniel Arzani (17) and Jackson Irvine (22) of Australia during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Group C match between Australia and Peru at the...

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