Sky Bet League One strugglers Plymouth Argyle are stuck with out of favour Celtic loanee Nadir Cifti until the end of the season according to The Plymouth Herald.
The 25-year-old Turkey born frontman joined The Pilgrims on a season-long loan deal from the Glasgow giants in mid-August but he has failed to impress at Home Park.
Cifti has made just one league appearance for Argyle in almost three months while he has failed to score a goal for the club in any of his eight outings this season.
It is thought that Argyle boss Derek Adams would like to end the player’s time at ‘The Theatre of Greens’ however it has been revealed that the loan arrangement for Cifti which has been agreed between the two clubs does not include the option of an early cancellation and the striker must battle on in Devon.
Cifti started his career in England with Portsmouth but the Turk scored just twice in 22 appearances for the Fratton Park outfit and went on to play for Turkish club Kayserispor and Dutch outfit NAC Breda. The striker made his name at Dundee United where he netted 33 goals in two seasons with The Arabs and a £1.5 million move to Celtic followed.
The player has managed just four goals for The Bhoys and Cifti has been loaned out on three occasions with his days in Glasgow looking to be numbered.