Turkish international striker wants out at Celtic

The Turkish international striker Nadir Ciftci wants to leave Celtic this summer according to the Herald.

Ciftci is currently on loan at the Turkish Super Lig side Eskisehirspor after a disappointing first six months at Celtic. The Scottish newspaper states that  Ciftci wants to make his loan move from permanent.

“I would prefer to stay with Eskisehirspor if they make an offer for me in the next transfer window. I’ve enjoyed my football here and I love the club,” Ciftci was quoted as saying by the Herald.

“We’ve been in danger of relegation all season, but we are all confident of avoiding it. One of the reasons I came to Turkey was to try and make the squad for Euro 2016.”

Ciftci found the back of the net just four times following his £1.5m move from the Dundee United at the beginning of the season. The 24-year-old has one assist and three goals in nine appearances for  Eskisehirspor since joining on loan.

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