Celtic made their third purchase of the summer today as they sealed the signing of Manchester City starlet Olivier Ntcham.
The 21-year-old joined the Hoops on a four-year deal after making the move up north for a reported £4.5million which could rise to over £5million.
Ntcham was touted as a future star after joining City in 2012 and has represented France at every age level from under-16s to under-21s – alongside Moussa Dembele.
The midfielder mentioned his bond with Dembele for being of the reason he joined the Treble-winners along with his admiration for boss Brendan Rodgers.
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Ntcham has spent the last two seasons on loan at Serie A side Genoa and he posted a classy goodbye message to his former teammates and fans.
He posted the below photo with the the caption: “I want to say how grateful I am to all the people who helped me and supported me at @genoacfcofficial We had good and bad times. I will only remember the best. I wish all the best to my former teammates dor te new season. #forzagenoa”
One player who won’t play alongside Ntcham is Gary Mackay-Steven after the winger joined Derek McInnes’ Aberdeen this evening.