Tam McManus has stated on Twitter that Patryk Klimala should leave Celtic in the summer transfer window.
McManus has also told PLZ Soccer that Klimala does not have a future at the Glasgow giants.
The former Hibernian forward, who now works as a pundit for PLZ Soccer, made the comments in the wake of Celtic getting knocked out of the Champions League on Wednesday evening.
Neil Lennon’s side suffered a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Ferencvarosi at Celtic Park in Champions League Qualifying Second Round.
Poland Under-21 international Klimala, 22, was an unused substitute in the tie, and McManus believes that the youngster does not have a future at Celtic.
McManus has also given his take on Twitter on midfielder David Turnbull joining Celtic from Motherwell in the summer transfer window.
McManus told PLZ Soccer: “Patryk Klimala is finished at Celtic! That must be the view of Neil Lennon after Wednesday night’s very public snub.”
The Scotsman added: “Neil Lennon has been telling anyone who will listen how much Patryk Klimala has improved over lockdown. The Celtic boss has been waxing lyrical about the 23-year-old strikers fitness levels this season.
“Yet, as the clock ticked down on the Hoops short lived European adventure, the Polish striker remained seated. Christopher Jullien was almost playing the striker’s role in the dying embers of the game.
“As a player you know when a manager just doesn’t rate you. I fail to see how Klimala could think any different. The Pole should be on the phone to his agent as we speak because it’s clear he has no future under Neil Lennon.”
Klimala joined Celtic from Jagiellonia Bialystok in January 2020 on a four-and-a-year contract.
According to Transfermarkt.co.uk, the 22-year-old striker played just twice in the Scottish Premiership last season following his move to the Hoops, and has scored one goal in three league games for the Bhoys so far this campaign.