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11/01/2019 - 11:57 BST

Only Time Will Tell If Celtic Or Rangers’ Transfer Approach Best – Chris Sutton

 




Chris Sutton has outlined the difference in transfer strategy adopted by both Celtic and Rangers in this month's transfer window by admitting that only time will tell us about who made the right decision.

The Scottish Premiership entered the winter break on an exciting note following Rangers’ win over Celtic in the derby clash, which suggested the title race could go down to the wire this season.




Both teams are currently level on points at the summit of the league table, although Celtic have a game in hand, and are followed by the likes of Kilmarnock and Aberdeen, who are in close pursuit.

The rejuvenated enthusiasm in the title race has prompted the Glasgow giants to actively scour the transfer market for players who could help them in the second half of the season.
 


Rangers have acquired the services of experienced duo Steven Davis and Jermain Defoe, while Celtic have trusted youth with the signings of Oliver Burke, Timothy Weah and Vakoun Issouf Bayo.

And Sutton has outlined the difference in transfer strategy adopted by both teams and admitted that only time will tell us about who made the right decision.
 


“Rangers are going all in this season with these experienced signings”, Sutton wrote on Twitter.

“Celtic have gone the young, hungry, point to prove route and the key is the signings making an impact.

“Time will tell, but we don’t have to fall out over saying someone is a good player or not.”

Celtic return to action in the Premiership against St Mirren at Parkhead on 23rd January, while Rangers take the trip to face Kilmarnock at Rugby Park on the same day.