Nadir Ciftci leaves Celtic for loan spell in Poland

Nadir Ciftci appearing as a second half substitute in the recent win over St Johnstone. Picture: SNS
Nadir Ciftci appearing as a second half substitute in the recent win over St Johnstone. Picture: SNS
Share this article
0
Have your say

Nadir Ciftci has sealed a loan deal to Polish side Pogon Szczecin for the remainder of the season.

200 Voices: find out more about the people who have shaped Scotland

The striker was a substitute in Celtic’s 6-0 win over Inverness CT last weekend in the Scottish Cup, though it was only his fourth appearance of the campaign and second since July.

Speaking to the press today, manager Brendan Rodgers confirmed that the former Dundee United hitman was on his way to Poland to begin his loan spell.

He said: “He will go out on loan to a club in Poland.

“He went out there (on Thursday). It is good for him to get some games.”

READ MORE - Rumour Mill: Celtic want 48 teams in Champions League | Mark McGhee’s rant | Murty under pressure