Greg Taylor Calls Signing for Celtic an ‘Honour’ and ‘Special Day’

Greg Taylor Calls Signing for Celtic an ‘Honour’ and ‘Special Day’

Greg Taylor has called signing for Celtic an ‘honour’ and a ‘special day’ for himself and his family after sealing his move from Kilmarnock.

The Scotland international has been linked with a move to the Hoops for several weeks now, as we’ve told you previously, and he finally completed his transfer from the Ayrshire club just shy of tonight’s transfer deadline, and has already been paraded inside Celtic Park.

The 21-year-old left-back has also taken to social media to share his delight at completing the deal, whilst also taking the time to type out a classy goodbye message to the Killie fans and hierarchy:

Taylor will now join-up with the Scotland squad for the Euro 2020 qualifiers at home to both Russia and Belgium, before returning to start his club career in Glasgow under Neil Lennon.

But who do you think Lennon will call upon to be his first choice left-back, Bolingoli or Taylor?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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