Liverpool are set to pinch Moussa Dembele from former-boss Brendan Rodgers. Glasgow Live are reporting that Jurgen Klopp will table a £20 million bid for the Celtic star. Eager to add firepower to an attack that builds the foundation of their title challenge, Klopp has sent scouts to watch Dembele several times.   Salary boost 

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They like Moussa Dembele in the green and white half of Glasgow. All of his 13 goals have come in front of his own fans at Celtic Park, including a hat-trick in the Old Firm derby and 2 goals in the rollercoaster 3-3 draw with Manchester City in the Champions League. The French striker’s electric 

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There have always been lists of young players who seem to have the potential to play football at an elite level, some come to fruition, some fail to reach their potential and some are still yet to be decided. If you haven’t heard of Karamoko Dembele, you will soon. At 13 years old he made 

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Former Liverpool and Manchester City defender Kolo Toure has officially joined Celtic FC. The 35-year old reunites with his former boss, Brendan Rodgers, in the Scottish League after being released by the Reds at the close of the 2015/16 Premier League season. Kolo- who is the older brother to Manchester City sensation Yaya Toure- made 

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As a reader of this article, it’s probably safe to say that you’re aware of Brendan Rodgers and his infamous reign as the leader of the ‘new’ Liverpool from 2012 to what we assumed would be the end of time. However, frankly to our surprise, Rodgers’ stint just lasted a lackluster three whole years before 

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Having failed to sign a single senior outfield player last summer, Arsenal will surely be active this window and one man that has been strongly linked with a move to the Emirates is Celtic left-back Kieran Tierney. Clearly the capture of an inexperienced full-back is unlikely to exactly appease an increasingly restless Gunners fan-base but 

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Scottish football has very little to shout about at the moment. Poor performances from the national team, a mediocre Premier League, a shambolic governing body and one of world football’s most famous clubs languishing in the Irn-Bru Third Division wilderness all paint a bleak picture of the so-called beautiful game. However, promising performances from the 

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