Sport Celtic move for Emerson Hyndman suffers a blow

17:40  19 april  2017
17:40  19 april  2017 Source:   Read Sport

Celtic's Scott Brown set for suspension reprieve

  Celtic's Scott Brown set for suspension reprieve Celtic skipper Scott Brown was sent off in the closing moments of their 2-2 draw with Ross County - but the Easter holidays are set to save him from suspension for their William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final against Rangers. Brown was shown a straight red card for a wild challenge on Liam Boyce, who had converted a controversial penalty moments earlier to consign Celtic to a third draw in six Ladbrokes Premiership games.

Rangers loanee and US international hopeful Emerson Hyndman appeared on American podcast The SBI Show and Hyndman also had his first experience of playing in an Old Firm a few weeks ago in the 1-1 draw at Celtic Park and revealed it would be a day he would never forget: "It was a crazy day.

Rangers' Emerson Hyndman , Harry Forrester and Lee Hodson celebrate. Rangers picked up a well-earned 1-1 draw at Old Firm rivals Celtic on Sunday afternoon, with Clint Hill bagging a late equaliser for the Gers.

Celtic will be looking to bolster their squad in the summer to build on what has been an impressive debut season in charge of the Bhoys for Brendan Rodgers.

With a Scottish Cup semi-final with Rangers on the horizon, perhaps the recruitment team of Celtic will have their eyes on one player in particular.

MailSport (h/t the Daily Record) understand that Celtic are interested in signing Bournemouth midfielder Emerson Hyndman in the summer, who has spent the second half of the 2016/17 season on loan with rivals, Rangers.

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The 21-year-old moved to English football in 2011 when Fulham signed him from the FC Dallas academy but he made just 28 appearances in five years with the west London club, scoring just once from central midfield.

Celtic's Scott Brown set for suspension reprieve

  Celtic's Scott Brown set for suspension reprieve Celtic skipper Scott Brown was sent off in the closing moments of their 2-2 draw with Ross County - but the Easter holidays are set to save him from suspension for their William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final against Rangers. Brown was shown a straight red card for a wild challenge on Liam Boyce, who had converted a controversial penalty moments earlier to consign Celtic to a third draw in six Ladbrokes Premiership games.

CELTIC are plotting a sensational summer swoop for on-loan Rangers star Emerson Hyndman , according to reports. The Sunday Mail say the Parkhead club have made an enquiry about the midfielder to parent side Bournemouth.

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Last summer, he joined Bournemouth on a free transfer but again was on the outside looking in, failing to even make the matchday squad just once in the Premier League with his three appearances for the Cherries coming in domestic cup action.

A decision was made to send the USA international out on loan in January and he joined Rangers and has started every SPFL game he’s been available for, scoring four goals in the process.

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Celtic have made initial contact with Bournemouth over a summer move, but any transfer could now be in jeopardy after on-loan midfielder Jack Wilshere suffered a broken leg in the Cherries’ 4-0 defeat at Tottenham last weekend.

Eddie Howe was keen on signing the Arsenal man on a permanent basis but after the England international suffered another injury blow, he could be forced to rethink a move.

Celtic's Scott Brown set for suspension reprieve

  Celtic's Scott Brown set for suspension reprieve Celtic skipper Scott Brown was sent off in the closing moments of their 2-2 draw with Ross County - but the Easter holidays are set to save him from suspension for their William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final against Rangers. Brown was shown a straight red card for a wild challenge on Liam Boyce, who had converted a controversial penalty moments earlier to consign Celtic to a third draw in six Ladbrokes Premiership games.

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If a move for Wilshere is ruled out, it’s safe to say that Bournemouth would be less than willing to allow Hyndman to leave given the lack of depth they have in central midfield if/when Wilshere returns to Arsenal.

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Hammers dealt blow in Hasan Ali Kaldirim chase .
West Ham have been dealt a blow to their summer transfer business as target Hasan Ali Kaldirim has claimed he wants to stay put this summer. According to TalkSport, West Ham have been interested in Ali Kaldirim ahead of a move for him when the summer transfer window opens. However, a move looks unlikely now, with the defender saying that he wants to stay at Fenerbahce for many more years. His contract expires at the end of the season but is confident that the situation will be resolved soon and that he will sign a new deal with the club. This is despite West Ham and Celtic both set to offer him a route to Britain when the time comes around. The 27-year-old said this about his future and a possible move away: My contract is not a problem. I want to stay at Fenerbahce for many more years. We’ll talk with the board at the end of the season. I am confident we’ll find an agreement. I am relaxed about the situation.” “It’s normal that I’ve been receiving offers from other clubs because I am playing for Turkey’s biggest club.” “But none of these offers matters to me right now. I am only focused on my team.” Slaven Bilic is a fan of Ali Kaldirim, having managed against him when he was in Turkey before moving to West Ham.

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