Daniel Arzani joined Brendan Rodgers’s Celtic on loan from Manchester City in the summer transfer window.
Celtic fans have taken to social networking site Twitter to discuss the situation of Manchester City-owned Daniel Arzani.
Arzani joined Scottish Premiership side Celtic from Premier League champions City in the summer transfer window on a two-year loan deal.
The 19-year-old, who can operate as an attacking midfielder or as a winger, has yet to feature for the Hoops’ first team.
The former Melbourne City star, though, played well for Australia against Kuwait in a game that his team won 4-0.
A recent report in The World Game claimed that Arzani could return to his parent club City in the January transfer window should the teenager fail to make an appearance for the Celtic first team by December.
The Daily Record, though, has dismissed the notion of any get-out clause in Arzani’s loan agreement with Premier League champions City.
Celtic fans have taken to Twitter to discuss the situation of City-owned Arzani.
Below are some of the best comments:
Nothing to do with not being the managers signing surely— Partick Punter (@Partickpunter) October 16, 2018
Has to adapt to tactics and the Scottish game— mark mccafferty (@sparkyboy85) October 16, 2018
@FOXFOOTBALL. Just because Australia give him special treatment doesn’t mean Celtic need to. Feel sorry for the lads playing week in week out for there clubs and not getting called up.— Liammulvaney6 (@Liammulvaney61) October 16, 2018
I would like him to make a few appearances as a sub for the last half hour so the fans can make their own judgement on him— 7 Down 3 To Go (@Glesga7Giuseppe) October 16, 2018
In.sure if he was doing the biz in training he would be playing. He is bedding in to a new life new job and culture. Takes time. All this drama for nothing. I’ve yet to read anything from him About not being happy.— river of hope (@the_seer62) October 16, 2018
If the boys not cutting the grade, of course ge should be sent home! It’s a no brainer, why pay wages for him if we don’t beed to?— The Ginger One (@TheGingerOgre) October 15, 2018
Back in Melbourne by the end of January— Andy (@AndyMelville88) October 15, 2018
It’s not the managers fault the boy hasn’t shown enough to merit inclusion in any match day squads, the chance is there for him but he needs to step up and take it— christopher (@perthbhoy) October 15, 2018
It’s almost as if the guy who plays in the same position as him scored 4 goals last week? oh wait he did, but since Arzani had a solid 20 minutes against Kuwait he should be in the team? Judging by the development games I’ve watched he’s not even the 2nd best aussie @ celtic— Christian Mc (@gamboa67_mc) October 16, 2018
The sheer arrogance of people like @RobbieSlater17 thinking that Daniel Arzani was just going to walk into the Celtic team. Hes at one of the biggest football clubs on the planet chum he’ll have to fight for his place like everyonre else.— dusty (@lippylipez_) October 16, 2018
So an Aussie pundit I’ve never heard of can’t understand why Arzani can’t get a game at Celtic when he is a 65 min sub for Australia against Kuwait and questions the choice of a manager that has won every domestic trophy possible in his first 2 seasons in charge? Awright then— Andy McCabe (@amccabe4) October 16, 2018