Marian Shved has been left out of Celtic’s Europa League squad.

It isn’t looking good for Marian Shved at Celtic.

The Ukraine international has only managed 15 minutes of domestic football this season – and that came way back in October.

On Tuesday, Celtic boss Neil Lennon revealed that the 22-year-old winger had been dropped from his Europa League squad for the knockout phase after claiming that he’s been ‘struggling’ in training.

Shved joined the Hoops in a £2 million deal last January under Brendan Rodgers [The Scottish Sun] but, despite needing additional wide support, Lennon appears very reluctant to use him.

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And some fans of the Parkhead club believe that his latest snub is an ominous sign that he isn’t going to make the grade in Glasgow.

Here’s how they reacted on Twitter to his Europa League omission.

In fairness to Shved, Lennon also noted that he’s a ‘very talented player’ and lord knows the Celtic faithful are desperate to see him fulfill his potential.

He scored a worldie in Champions League qualification last summer but that’s virtually the best and only thing he has done in a Bhoys shirt to date.

But time will tell whether this Europa League snub spurs him on or causes him to decline further.

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