Daniel Arzani has the option to bring an end to his loan spell with Celtic in December if he does not break into the first team, TheWorldGame reports.
Celtic have had a tougher start to the season than many would have imagined but Brendan Rodgers is starting to get the campaign back on track as the Bhoys seek to continue their dominance of Scottish football.
A lot of talk this week has surrounded loanee Daniel Arzani as he is yet to feature after arriving from Manchester City and TheWorldGame reveals he can quit the club in December if his first-team opportunities do not improve.
This is the opposite to a claim made by Rodgers, who denied such a clause exists, but that option is still unlikely to be exercised as neither Celtic, City or Arzani’s camp want to take advantage.
Questions will be asked as to why Rodgers claimed this clause was not present following the latest reports, and whether he knew at all, but Celtic can take encouragement by the fact that Arzani wants to continue to fight for his spot.
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Now a few months into his two-year loan with Celtic, Arzani is on the fringes of breaking into the first-team after being in the squad for last weekend’s victory over Hibernian. With the Bhoys set for a crucial test in the Europa League on Thursday evening, rotation could be on the cards for this week’s Scottish League Cup semi-final.
There is still a long way to go in the season and Arzani, who caught the eye on international duty with Australia, can still prove to be a useful asset for Rodgers’ side.