Robbie Brady Has Emerged As a Summer Target For Glasgow Celtic
Burnley Football Club’s Republic of Ireland International Robbie Brady has emerged as a summer target for Glasgow giants if he can’t agree a new contract with the Premier League club. The Clarets midfielder is yet to agree a new deal at Turf Moor and if further talks fail then he will become a free agent in the summer.
Brady, will then be able to discuss a contract with other clubs which will open the door for Hoops boss Neil Lennon, who is looking to strengthen his squad on the back of a very disappointing campaign and he sees Robbie Brady as a key part of his future plans.
The Clarets midfielder started his career at Manchester United but failed to make the breakthrough at Old Trafford, before joining Hull City in 2013, after two loans spells in two years he made the permanent switch and joined Norwich City. Brady then moved to Burnley in the summer of 2017 and has made seventy-seven appearances, scoring four goals in his four season after an injury hit period at Turf Moor.