Moussa Dembele Comments On His Celtic Future In New Interview
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Moussa Dembele has told an interview with French television that he can't see himself leaving Celtic any time soon and certainly not in the January transfer window.
The striker has set Scottish football alight since moving to Parkhead from Fulham last summer, scoring 16 goals so far and breaking into France's Under-21 team.
His standout moments include a hat-trick against bitter rivals Rangers and a double in the Champions League against Manchester City, leading to speculation that some of European football's big guns could soon be trying to tempt him away from Glasgow.
But speaking in an interview to be broadcast on Téléfoot on Sunday afternoon - France's biggest football magazine show - the 20-year-old seemed quite content to stay where he is and showed no signs of being desperate for a big-money transfer:
MD "There are few clubs in Europe that can produce such an atmosphere as Celtic"- markocooper (@markocooper) November 27, 2016
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MD "At PSG, I found there wasn't much confidence in youth. I would've liked to have played there but I don't see myself anywhere but Celtic"- markocooper (@markocooper) November 27, 2016
MD " I have a 4 year contract and I don't see myself leaving Celtic. I'm not leaving in the January window."- markocooper (@markocooper) November 27, 2016
So, there you have it.
Despite the allure and prestige of the English Premier League and other top European division, Dembele seems quite content where he is.
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