, Celtic boss provides update on Norwich City loanee’s future at the club

Celtic boss provides update on Norwich City loanee’s future at the club

Norwich City striker Adam Idah has been making a huge impression out on loan at Celtic in the second half of the season and loan boss Brendan Rodgers has told Daily Record that making Idah’s loan permanent is ‘not all in our hands’.

    Norwich City are targeting a move back to the Premier League and so whichever league they are playing their football in next season will ultimately determine their transfer dealings this summer.

    There are expected to be incomings and outgoings as there are every season, and some may not know whether they are staying put or will be put on the chopping block to secure a move elsewhere.

    One player who faces an uncertain future is Idah. The 23-year-old started the season leading the line for the Canaries but endured a difficult spell in the Championship before sealing a loan switch to Celtic.

    Since making the move to Scotland he has scored five goals and assisted another in just six league games. Unfortunately for Celtic the loan reportedly doesn’t contain an option to buy. But manager Rodgers has had his say on the possibility of making Idah’s loan permanent.

    “I’m excited to work with him. He thrives on the pressure here and has a hunger to improve. So we’ll assess that at the end of the season. It’s not all in our hands,” he told Daily Record.

    Is a Norwich City exit inevitable?

    Idah’s six goals in 34 games for Norwich City in the first half of the season and the decision to move him on in January doesn’t bode well for his future at Carrow Road.

    However, if he doesn’t have a future at his parent club, they will be happy to see him thriving at Celtic out on loan. Not only to his confidence boosted, but it could also mean his stock rises and they can increase their asking price.

    As Celtic boss Rodgers states, they will assess their options and look into the possibility of turning Idah’s loan move permanent, but a lot will depend on Norwich City’s stance on the player and of course their valuation.

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