Celtic have announced that Ewan Henderson has left the club on loan.
The 19-year-old has joined Ross County until the end of the 2019-20 season.
Henderson, who made his senior debut for Celtic in May of 2018, has made seven first-team appearances for the Hoops.
But it didn't look as if Bhoys boss Neil Lennon planned to use him this season, having named the young midfielder in just one squad all season - a Champions League qualifier at home to Sarajevo, where he remained on the bench.
Here's how Celtic fans reacted to his departure:
Seriously good deal for County— skelper (@gloriouslytic) September 2, 2019
All the best Ewan for the move to the Staggies— Montrose CSC (@MontroseCSC) September 2, 2019
Good move for him— Ross (@ross_cfc_) September 2, 2019
Ross County getting a very tidy player there— ★ K E N N Y ★ (@TheKennyScott) September 2, 2019
I'm sorry to see him leave even on loan could have been cover for Ryan Christie hope he does come bk coz the bhoy can pass a ball.— The jungle lover. (@kirkwallkid) September 2, 2019
Good move for both him and Ross County. He needs game time and County getting a fantastic young player— Celtic FC Supporter (@YBawbag) September 2, 2019
Smashing talent. Good move for all parties.— CG44 (@Ticketustastic) September 2, 2019
Former Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers was a big fan of the Lennoxtown product. Last season, Rodgers told Herald Scotland: "I have been so impressed with him as a player. He is working on his intensity in the game in terms of his pressing. He is a huge talent but it is maturation and sometimes that may mean going out of here. But the talent is there absolutely."
It's a very good deal for Henderson who could, in theory, get regular football whilst familiarising himself with the standard of the Premiership.
Ryan Christie and Kristoffer Ajer have both had short-term stints away from Parkhead in recent seasons and now they're two massive players for Celtic.
And time will tell whether Henderson, like Christie and Ajer, can return to Glasgow a much better player.
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