Celtic striker Stuart Armstrong stated that Dundee United stiker Nadir Çiftçi would strengthen his side were he to join in the summer.
“Nadir’s got all the makings to go very far in the game. Having trained and played with him you can see the qualities he has, the strength and, more importantly, the skill,” Armstrong was quoted as saying in the Express.
“He’s definitely a threat and one we watch when we come up against him.
He’s a very good player and has all the attributes, but I don’t decide who comes in and goes out.”
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Celtic could face competition from Championship side Rotherham were they to make an offer in the summer.
Rotherham are preparing a move for Çiftçi according to the Sun.
Çiftçi has been in impressive form for Dundee United this season scoring 12 goals in 34 league games. The Turkish striker is the forth top scorer in the Scottish Premier League.
The former Kayserispor striker has been capped for Holland U17’s, and Turkey U19’s level.
The 22-year-old was named in the PFA Scotland’s Scottish Premiership Team of the Year for 2013/2014 season.
The Den Haag born striker has nine assists and 14 goals in 40 appearances in all competitions this season.