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13/05/2019 - 15:36 BST

Timothy Weah In Dark On PSG Future, Celtic One of Four Clubs Keeping Tabs On Situation


Paris Saint-Germain have yet to speak to Timothy Weah about his future, with no fewer than four clubs showing an interest in the striker, whose loan at Celtic has now ended.

Weah joined Celtic on loan from PSG in the winter transfer window, but through an agreement with the Scottish club has now ended the stint, despite the Bhoys still having two games left to play.


He is due back at PSG ahead of the start of next season but, according to French outlet Foot Mercato, the Ligue 1 giants have yet to speak to Weah about his future.

It is claimed that four clubs are already keeping tabs on what might happen to Weah ahead of a bid to take him from the Parc des Princes for next season.

French side Rennes are keen on Weah, while Celtic are keeping tabs on the player, with an eye on a Parkhead return.

Bundesliga outfit Fortuna Dusseldorf are admirers of the United States international, while Roy Hodgson's Crystal Palace could look to take Weah to the Premier League.

Weah is claimed to have enjoyed his spell in Scotland with Celtic, despite Brendan Rodgers and Kolo Toure both departing before the end of the season.

The PSG star having fond thoughts of his time at Celtic could encourage the Bhoys ahead of a potential fresh swoop for his services in the summer.

But much rests on the outcome of talks between Weah and PSG when the two parties sit down.