Nir Bitton: In Scotland, it is certain that the brake will leave Celtic in the summer

Immediately after the return of Hatem ‘Abd al-Hamid Hapoel Beer Sheva, in Scotland have begun reports that also Nir Bitton may leave Celtic After about eight seasons when the main candidate to absorb him is the champion Maccabi Tel Aviv.

Although the 29-year-old brake will play at Celtic Park at least until the summer, the media in the kingdom are not resting for a moment. Today (Saturday) the former Scotland national team manager, Alex Maklish, Was interviewed by Football Insider and asked to answer the issue: “I think we will see changes at Celtic. The new sporting director (Dominic McKay) will want to make his mark on the team.”

About Bitton himself he said: “It seems that Celtic still do not know in which position he should play. He never maintained consistency neither as a midfielder nor as a stopper. When I watched the game against Israel in the Euro playoffs I said to myself ‘he’s going to lose the ball and we’re going to score.’ Abilities, but not able to be a key player at Celtic. ”

Bitton, who has made a total of 232 appearances for the Scottish team, has been absent from Neil Lennon’s squad for the last three league games, which is of course a worrying sign for the Israeli. It should be noted, however, that Bitton has signed a contract until 2023 and most likely the outgoing Scottish champions will only release him for a fair amount of money.

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