Son Heung Min has accepted to join Celtic on a free Transfer…

Son Heung Min has accepted to join Celtic on a free Transfer -personal terms agreed

One of the greatest rivals of Celtic has been connected to a superstar.

According to Danny Murphy, a well-known figure on the BBC, TalkSport, and Liverpool, Dele Alli, a midfielder for

Tottenham, “would enjoy” working with Steven Gerrard at Rangers.

On TalkSPORT, the former Charlton player made a shocking assertion, stating that Gerrard may assist the Spurs

player in gaining confidence while on loan.

Son Heung Min has accepted to join Celtic on a free Transfer -personal terms agreed
Son Heung Min has accepted to join Celtic on a free Transfer -personal terms agreed

Thus, we can now formally associate Celtic with England captain Harry Kane and South Korean superstar Son

Heung Min. Why not? Right now, anything is conceivable.

Neil Lennon would have significant support from the Spurs pair, who are valued at a combined £175 million

(Transfermarkt). Celtic has struggled during the past 20–21, but Lawwell must stand by Lennon because he will

likely remain in his position until the end of January at the latest.

Thus far, Odsonne Edouard and Mohammed Elyounoussi have shown a respectable level of performance in periods.

Son and Kane, however, would be a significant offensive upgrade if Lawwell is prepared to contend with Rangers this

season.

Under Mourinho, Kane has scored 15 goals in 19 appearances this season.

With 13 in 17 and 7 assists, Son is also blazing (Transfermarkt).

As of this writing, both of these seasoned internationals have contributed to Tottenham’s Premier League-leading

position (BBC).

The Spurs strikers would most likely need to start out on a loan due to Financial Fair Play regulations.

But Peter Lawwell, come on! Will you just loosen the purse strings?

Who knows how high both of them may score in the Hoops? Recall that everything is possible!

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