Glasgow - Nigerian defender Efe Ambrose could be on his way
to Greek giants Olympiakos as the club is set to relaunch £1m bid for the Celtic
player, Sportdaylive reports.
18 months earlier, Olympiakos showed interest in the former
Kaduna United central defender, but failed to bring him to Greece.
With the coming of Kolo Toure from Liverpool, Celtic manager
Brendan Rodgers will be willing to offload the Nigerian.
Ambrose travelled to Kazakhstan with the rest of the squad
on Monday to Astana for Tuesday’s Champions League crunch, and could be handed
some playing time as Toure was not registered for the first leg tie.
Also read: Efe Ambrose discovers new beginning
Ambrose is now unlikely to be at Celtic Park for much longer
and a move to Greece could be on the cards, according to Daily Record.
Ambrose joined Scottish Premier League club Celtic in the
summer 2012 transfer deadline day, signing a three-year contract.
In January, News24 reported that then Celtic manager Ronny
Deila said it was pleasing to see his side, which include defender Efe Ambrose
get the goals their dominance deserved as the Hoops routed Hamilton 8-1 to move
six points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership.
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