Paris Saint Germain attacker Tim Weah has flourished on loan at Celtic this year, racking up six goals and an assist across 18 appearances [transfermarkt] after moving to Parkhead in January.
Weah has quickly become a fan favourite in Scotland, and the 19-year-old attacker should make his loan move permanent this summer.
A product of the PSG youth academy, Weah excelled in the youth sides before being promoted to the first team. After making just six appearances for PSG, and scoring two goals in the process, Weah was shipped out to Glasgow.
As Celtic stomp their way to the Scottish league title, the United States international has played a crucial role for his team, bagging goals in key matches.
Although Weah’s loan concludes at the end of the season, he must realise that a permanent move to Celtic would be a great way to enhance his development as a footballer.
Realistically, there is little chance of him breaking through at the Parc des Princes, where the likes of Neymar, Kylian Mbappe, Angel Di Maria, and Edinson Cavani are currently plying their trade.
In order to break free from PSG’s clutches and take his career to the next level, the £4.50m-rated forward (transfermarkt) must start anew by joining Celtic on a permanent basis.
And the Scottish giants would surely love to have Weah plying his trade at Parkhead for the foreseeable future.