“Is not in the managers reckoning” – Former Celt predicts huge summer exit

For Celtic fans, it’s great to see players coming in to the club.

New faces always brings a buzz to the team and the supporters.

But what about those players that are no longer part of the managers plans?

Well there is one that former Celt Frank McAvennie reckons that could be on his way out of the club.

Speaking to Football Insider, McAvennie said, “They need another centre half.

“That’s the biggest thing for me because obviously Jullien is not in the manager’s reckoning. He’s been fit, unfit, he’s been on the bench so he’s not had a runout.

“For me I don’t think he’s the kind of player the manager wants. Whether that’s right or wrong I don’t know but I would like to see another centre half coming in.

“We’ve signed Carter-Vickers which was a great piece of business and I just think we need another one. Tony Ralston’s come on leaps and bounds and Juranovic for me is a great full back and Tony’s pushed him all the way which is great.

“But the most important position for me is the centre midfield. I think they need someone who can break things up. I don’t think they realise how much of a job Scott Brown did.

“No disrespect to the boys that are in midfield, they’re all great players going forward but none of them is that catalyst you need to hold and break down things.

“That would make me a very happy person if we could get somebody like that in.”

Will Jullien move on or fight for his place in the team? I hope he stays. He could provide decent cover in case of injury but with one year left on his deal, maybe it’s time to try and recoup at least some of the £7m paid out for him.

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