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‘Worst For Celtic’: Celtic exit falls through at eleventh hour

Benjamin Siegrist was disappointed when his attempt to leave Celtic abruptly failed at the last minute.

[RecordSport] Siegrist is now somewhat of a lurcher as the Austrians, who had been eager to have him join the team, have chosen to look elsewhere.

Everything appeared to be in place for a loan agreement, but Sturm Graz turned their attention to Vitezlav Jaros of Liverpool. Siegrist is now in a difficult situation at Celtic.

After failing to establish himself under Ange Postecoglou, Siegrist was demoted by Brendan Rodgers, who indicated that Scott Bain should be Joe Hart’s backup.

He now needs to consider his alternatives again. This season, the Swiss stopper changed agencies in an attempt to find a new team. With the transfer window shutting in three weeks, Siegrist and his team will need to start over in order to discover a new course of action because time is running out.

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‘Talks expected’: Fabrizio Romano drops Celtic transfer message last night

As the January transfer window enters its ninth day, Celtic has not made any acquisitions or departures.

However, certain rumors about players potentially leaving Celtic are beginning to surface.

Fabrizio Romano said on Twitter that Bologna, a Serie A team, was interested in signing Rocca Vata, a highly respected player at Celtic.

As interest in the 18-year-old is “growing,” the Italian journalist continued, “talks are expected soon.”

Rocco Vata can, if he so chooses, sign a pre-contract deal with a foreign club today and then join them in the summer because his Parkhead contract ends in the summer.

The Irishman has played for the team four times, but under Brendan Rodgers he has not made an appearance. In January, 67 Hail Hail predicted that the player would go.

It is therefore not surprising that his name is currently generating so much buzz, especially considering that summer signing Gustav Lagerbielke may be considering a contract with a Serie A team.

Bologna’s interest in Celtic’s Rocco Vata

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